Above, the garden view from our bedroom window yesterday afternoon. You can perhaps just make out our pet sheep - Beau and Peep and the path that leads to our vegetable patch and the compost bins. Our rear neighbours' houses are a hundred yards beyond our back door.
Below, from our window I looked to the right where you can see the telecommunications mast on Tapton Hill and the "Ranmoor Village" University of Sheffield halls of residence below it.
Sheffield has some great street artists. I don't know about you but I rather like murals by skilful street artists. In my opinion, they make the urban scene appear more lively and attractive. In contrast.I think that hastily sprayed tags and unskilful imagery look horrible and rather spoil our environment.
One of Sheffield's best known street artists is known as "Phlegm". Finally, this morning. I got round to taking some pictures of one of his newest murals. It appeared on Snuff Mill Lane last October. These strange black and white elongated figures are typical of Phlegm's distinctive style:-