The Shaun in the City Bristol trail is now in full swing and the sheeps are looking Baa-rilliant (hehe).
Welcome to my second sheep spotting round up – this is going to be a little shorter than my last one, as this only covers one week (*ahem* one day *ahem*) of rounding up these beauties – so is a little more manageable 🙂
This week I picked up the remaining straddlers on the harbourside trail and completed two of the harder trails – the Heritage and Downs trails.
So lets get down to it and round up those sheep…
Completing the Harbourside Trail
Life Aquatic by Martin Kiszko & Nick Park, located at Bristol Aquarium
A little pitstop… huh? Well, at the moment very near Life Aquatic is the Bristol Whale project – an art installation made up of plastic bottles – it’s too good to let pass without a photo 🙂
Okay, focus Jesse, focus…
Onto one of my favourite Shauns…
Dolly by Julie Vernon, located at Anchor Road (outside Hargreaves Lansdown)
I mean look at that detail!
Well, that’s it for the Harbourside Trail – so lets move onto something a little more taxing – the Heritage Trail. To start this trail we have to walk back on ourselves a bit towards the Bristol Hippodrome.
Baa-wulf by Peter Lord, located at the Bristol Hippodrome
Another little diversion before the next Shaun, I mean a building such as Bristol Cathedral can’t be passed without showing you what it looks like… before it started to rain!!!
This of course was on our way to bow down to…
King Arthur of Lambelot & Excalibaaar by Huncan Daskell, located at College Green
Wow, another diversion but come on, shame about the clouds but the view from *erm* nearby Cabot Tower can’t be turned down.
Back on ground level we come across…
From Dusk ’til Shaun by Sneaky Raccoon, located at Brandon Hill Nature Park
Up the brutal hill known as park street we must now go – heading to Bristol museum, where we’ll find two Shauns, the first of which is all lit up like…
Arabian Lights by Nigel Leach, located at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Baaack to the Drawing Board by Nick Park, located at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
And then there were dinosaurs, I mean come on – I HAD TO LOOK, I haven’t been here in ages! 🙂
Soooo… after 3 visits back and forth into the museum because 1) I didn’t realise there was two Shaun’s there and 2) I forgot to check one of them off on the app I got moving onwards and upwards towards…
Thunderbirds Are Go by Thunderbirds, located at Bristol Grammar School
Rex by Beth Waters, located at the Royal West of England Academy
Flock ‘n Roll by Carys-ink, located at the Victoria Rooms
And with that we come to the end of the Heritage trail. But the day was still *kind of* young and I wanted more – I headed up another hill of death otherwise known as Whiteladies Road, past BBC Bristol until I came to the start of the Downs trail.
The Downs Trail
This trail takes you onto the Downs (surprise!) and into Westbury-on-Trym – there’s quite a lot more walking involved than on the other trails (and a steep hill or two) and far less interesting landmarks along the way but none the less – here we go, starting with…
Tutti Frutti by Laura Fearn, located at 167 Whiteladies Road
Ram-ble by Bett Norris, located on The Downs
Shaun of the Jungle by Martyna Zoltaszek, located at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden
Bumble by Marie Simpson, located at The Downs
Bristol Beauty by Cassie Derby, located at 25 Canford Lane
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter, located at 156 Henleaze Road
Groovy Baby by Emily Ketteringham, located at 110 Coldharbour Road
Groovy Baby brings us to the end of the Downs Trail and funnily enough to the end of this post bringing the total sheep found to 48 of 70.
If you want to catch the first 31 Shauns in my sheep round up check out the roundup part 1. And don’t forget this art trail is raising funds for the Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal, the charity which supports sick babies and children from Bristol, across the region and further afield.
You can find out more about Shaun in the City on their website.