Posts Tagged ‘penguin’

Guest post by the ever lovely Kat 🙂

These first two pieces are by Hayley Welsh as part of Blackburn is Open in 2015, who was born in Blackburn but now lives and works in Australia. https://www.hayleywelsh.com

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Batman symbol on ‘It’s the Batcave!’ comic book shop.

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Textile art at Eanam Wharf. Blackburn was famed for its ‘4000 Holes’, made famous by a line in A Day in the Life by The Beatles, referring to potholes in the road.

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Penguin stencil on the Leeds – Liverpool canal.

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Work by Faunagraphic near Feilden Street, as part of Open Walls All Female Street Art Festival, founded and curated by Hayley Welsh, June 2016. http://www.faunagraphic.com/

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Weekword: Sinister

Today’s Weekword was chosen by Sally over at Diario – visit her blog to find out who else is playing this week.

I haven’t taken part in Weekword for absolutely ages, but couldn’t resist when I saw that the chosen word this time was sinister

…it reminded me that, a couple of years ago, I arranged for a rather elaborate practical joke to be played on my partner, Matt.  All because he thinks penguins are sinister.

The site is a little out of date, but if you’d like to read about my sinister practical joke then please click here.

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I couldn’t resist taking a quick shot of this.  Those in the know will understand…

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