I decided to get lost in Brighton this afternoon. I didn’t know where I wanted to go or what I wanted to see, but I knew that if I just walked down Lewes Road, I’d find something.
After getting through The Level, I found myself about 10 minutes from downtown. There was a street to my right that I hadn’t gone down before.
Turning right on a whim, I took out my camera and proceeded on. My camera distracted me for a second, but something caught my eye. I stopped and looked behind me. Gloucester Passage? What was this? What was on the other side?
The other end didn’t look welcoming, but I decided to walk through and see what I could find. A parking area was on the other side. It seemed a bit boring and disappointing but I decided to keep going.
When I reached the corner, I realized what I had found. I was in The North Laine. I hadn’t been there before, and my curiosity told me that I should keep walking. I saw a shop, JuJu, and walked toward it. When I reached it, I surveyed my surroundings. And to my surprise, this is what I found when I took a left on to Kensington Street.
Brighton, you still surprise me.
I searched the Internet for information on these pieces of art and who their creators are, but I could find anything. If you do, please let me know. I’d love to gain an even greater appreciation for what I captured this afternoon.
It was a great afternoon. I don’t know if this is new, it’s awesome. Upon further exploring, I found a place called The White Rabbit. I think I might go check it out right now and see where the night takes me.
I’m in England after all. There’s no point staying at home in an empty flat. =)