I had an appointment in Bath today (which I'll write about on Monday), so I made the effort to go earlier and take some more photos for the scavenger hunt.
First up are some examples for No 13 | street art. As you'd expect, Bath has quite a posh approach to street art! The first one is a trompe l'oeil window in Grove Street. The window would have been bricked up as a result of the Window Tax but the painting of the Victorian gentleman wasn't added until some time in the 1980s/1990s.
The other three examples were found in Walcot Street. There is a long line of these tiny heads, carved out of Bath stone, running along one side of the street but due to the busy traffic these were the only two it was safe to photograph today.
You can see how small they are in the next photo - there is one immediately to the right of the large artwork. The large framed piece of street art is my favourite.
Next, two examples for No 19 | a fountain. The first one is also to be found in Walcot Street and is the Ladymead Fountain and horse trough, and the second one, awaiting restoration, is in Laura Place.
The final ones for today are for No 17 | a ladder, a serendipitous find in Laura Place.
This leaves me with six more to post photos of - your favourite pudding, a fancy button, afternoon tea, candle light, and an example of my handwriting - all of which I have photos for. The one I'm struggling with is a windy day, which is proving to be very elusive so I may have to use one of the alternative options in its place.