Over the weekend we were at the Bristol Harbour Festival and managed as well as everything else, to get a few more Shauns into the visit.
55. Please Stand By
Those people who have never seen the BBC Testcard may have no idea why this Shaun is painted as he is. Like other test cards, it was usually shown while no programmes were being broadcast. In today’s world of 24 hour TV, we no longer experience the “joy” of watching the testcard and getting freaked out by that clown and little girl (oh then again go and watch Life on Mars).
54. Shaun on the Cob
On a previous visit to Marks and Spencers , Shaun on the Cob had been replaced by the Temporary Shaun while he received some tender loving care (fixing the vandalism). This vegetable sheep is very well painted and cleverly done.
25. King Arthur of Lambelot & Excalibaaar
Over by the Cathedral is not just a Shaun, but also a sword. As it was really busy in Bristol on that day, I found it challenging to get a photograph of the sheep and the sword (you can just see a little hand in the picture) so may go back another day when it is quieter to grab a better shot.
Willow stands next to St Mary Redcliffe church and looking very nice in the sun.