Weekly Travel Theme: Round

This week, Ailsa has chosen Round as her travel theme.

This is a very short post from me – in my quest to capture my own take on East End street art, I came upon this, which I think has a number of round bits in it…..

Roundly cute!

Roundly cute!

Take a trip over to Ailsa’s blog to see more round interpretations…



  1. Well done! 🙂
    Happy Easter to you and yours from all of us!

  2. Great round, and great street art!

    • Thanks, Angeline! This is probably my pick of this week’s street art images, because I had to think outside the box….no passers by to use as props!

  3. Nothing quite so strange as life! 🙂

  4. So cute … well spotted. *smile

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