Saucy is for Postcards: Public Art

Loved reading this maybe would be good as larger editorial in Donco issue 10? #HiddenGems

sheila north

Statue and church: Newcastle, February 2015 Statue and church: Newcastle, February 2015

Whenever I go out of town – which is not very often – I take my camera with me. It helps me look at things, on those days when I’d rather be hiding under the duvet with a book. (1)

Photography can act like a silent companion. Likewise, whilst I have fairly high expectations of my writing, this is not the case with photography. I am a snapper, not a photographer.

I can get terribly excited about things like this, even when the photo is bloody awful:

The Angel of the North: from the train, Feb 2015 The Angel of the North: from the train, Feb 2015

For a better view of the Angel, click here.

Least you think there’s no public art in England outside the NorthEast, I give you Exhibit A, which is from York:

Art is everywhere!: bench detail, York RR station. Art is everywhere!: bench detail, York RR station.

Exhibit B, Sheffield:

Wall buzzards: Sheffield Wall buzzards: Sheffield

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