Tag Archives: Bristol


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 3

The Mild Mild West is, of course, the Banksy on the side wall of the Canteen. Walk along the road from the city and it’s easy to miss. Walk towards the city and it’s impossible […]


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 2

The Full Moon pub and hostel sits at the Southern border of Stokes Croft and Bristol city.  Originally built in 1716 as an Inn, today it is still providing accommodation to travellers. It is one […]


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 1

In 1996, work brought me to Bristol or Brizzle as it sounds in the local dialect known as Bristolian. Listen here. Over the years I’ve really grown to like the place.  It is not too […]


Second Severn Crossing

The Second Severn Crossing also known as the ‘new’ bridge was completed in 1996 and carries the M4 motorway between England and Wales over the river Severn.  Being close to home its something I’ve photographed […]


Beautiful Bristol

This post is about something a little different, something much closer to home.  Although not originally from Bristol, I’ve lived in the area for a little over 20 years and don’t see myself moving.  Its […]