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The Cosy Club Bristol

I popped into the Cosy Club  Bristol on Monday,  as I knew that it had recently opened up in Corn Street just to have a look and simply to have a cup of tea.

I was blown away by the beautiful interior architecture of the building it had been refurbished as well and looks great.

While I was in having my tea I was a bit cheeky and asked if it was ok to take a few photos and these are the ones I took while mooching around and the tea was great as well as the very helpful staff so no complaints and I will be going back !

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Red Curves
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Mug Shots
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Sky Lights
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Coat of Arms
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Lines and Curves
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Lamp …. lights
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Lamp …. Lights
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Abstract Lights
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All In A Line
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Deer Me!
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Just Another Light Abstract
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Window Seat
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Cosy Room
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more Lines
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Red and Blue


Tea and Marmite

I have taken photos of this building before usually when I’m passing I have a look and see if theres no scaffolding on it, as something always seems to be done with this building.

Today, for the first time, I had someone appear (seemingly from nowhere) and ask, in a very confrontational tone, that most irritating question when you are taking a photo; “What are you doing?”. The temptation to say something sarcastic sometimes gets the better of me! This time, however, I was quite jovial about it and said the obvious, “I’m taking a photo.” after which I waited for the normal reply “WHY!”. But this time it didn’t come, there was only a, “Can you leave? This is private property.” followed by a sternly pointed finger toward to the wet floor sign I had walked passed and completely missed while checking my camera settings, as you do (well I do), while thinking of the shot. I was going to argue but I was in too good a mood and just smiled and walked off.

Perhaps being someone who likes to take photos of almost anything that catches my eye, after all they are meant for me and I see something in the image that appeals to me, it’s a personal thing. I don’t understand why some people, when they see someone taking photos of the unexpected, think there something funny going on or that I’m a bit on the strange side (actually, I’ve got no argument on that one). I think maybe, incorrectly, they live in a very closed and orderly world and I suppose maybe I’m being a little judgmental on someone I know nothing about.

It might be my imagination but I seem to be coming across this kind of situation quite a lot more lately. I was just going to bin the photo, as I’m not totally happy with it, and not mention the incident at all but I guess it serves a purpose this morning.

On a different note though, yesterday I spent part of the day watching one of Bristols best graffiti artists work on a commissioned piece. There was a lot of people going past, some were very complimentary and asked lots of good question and on the whole very positive about what was going on. A few, well lets say they were on the disapproving side.

I feel quite lucky as a lot of people that I know are; creative, imaginative, positive and, more importantly, open minded with a can do attitude. Or at the very least they will have a go regardless of success or failure but give their best!

I don’t know where that lot came from… Sorry for the long rambling post or if it doesn’t makes sense! But, I figure it might be worth somebodies time to read.

Anyway I hope that everyone has a great Monday and the week ahead and for me it’s time for tea and toast with Marmite!

A touch of blue sky
A touch of blue sky


Daft as it might seem I have always loved these stairs since I first spotted them about 6 years ago while walking around Bristol, they are at the back of a block of flats that don’t look anything special compared to these stairs.

I so like there very clean design and simply shape and I got a chance to take some photos this week of them and I got quite excited by the opportunity … I’m easily  pleased !

Blue on blue


Night Walk

I popped out for a hour with my camera the other night just to get some fresh air and get off the computer.

So I drifted over to one of the large car parks that Bristol seems to attract and had a go at re-shooting some photos I had taken in the past and had a very pleasant time grabbing these photos but then unfortunate had to get back on the computer to edit them!

That Reminds Me !


Just a touch of colour

I have always been drawn to colour’s whether just one or loads of colour’s they make me smile and that’s as good as any reason to take a photo as any!

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Colourful material
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Wavy blue abstract
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Red Roses
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Concrete Rainbow
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Railings in the morning sun
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The Up balloon
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