Proper Bristol Postcard Competition
Please select your favourite image from the ones below! Which one really sums up proper Bristol for you?

Voting at the bottom of the page. One entry per person thanks!

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#1
Morph by the Docks
by Steve Lorriman (dB°)
#2
Easy on consumerism
by Carole Fureix

(Bedminster) Something alternative and creative in the Bristol air

#3
Untitled
by Elroy April
#4
Untitled
by Emily Parker
#5
Surveillance
by Rebecca Doe

I took this photo awhile ago while walking across college green one morning. There was this wonderful dalmation dog who had just been to the vets and was taking in the view… He looked as if he were on a secret mission of some sort. Hence the title of the image 'Surveillance'

#6
Bristol; July 2018
by Daniel Durrans

Possibly the most dangerous urban animal, the seagull. Terrorising pigeons, pets and people it will stop at nothing in its quest for food.

#7
Big Jeff.
Paul Blakemore

Always at the front and always having a great time. A Proper Bristol legend. Caribou @ Motion Bristol 2015

#8
Demonstrator leading the march in support of Hamilton House towards Bristol City Council
by Giulia Spadafora
#9
Untitled
by Emily Parker
#10
Bristol; July 2017
by Daniel Durrans

As the evening draws in, a plethora of plastic urinals emerge from hiding to establish themselves amongst the glitz and glamour of Bristol's nighttime economy.

#11
M32 Comfort Break
by Phoebe Flint

En route to Eastville park. Furniture in unexpected places, for me, creates an air of surrealism.

#12
It's A Wall
by Dave Beech

As with all good graffiti and street art this simple statement is given context and depth by placement, the art is in the action.

#13
The Silence of Maes Knoll
by Edward Field

I promise this wasn’t staged! I regularly walk from Stanton Drew into Bristol across the fields and hills, and early on one Sunday morning I found this addition to a familiar scene. I didn’t even need to reposition it.

#14
Hoochy Cooch
by Arvind Howarth

We don't know if these men are homeless or how much they've had to drink. We only know what we see: they are cuddling up on the pavement in the rain by a piano in Stokes Croft while a dispassionate pigeon passes by. The ghost legs of dryness make eight (not counting the piano's legs).

#15
Untitled
by Lee Ramsey
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