Last week I suddenly realised I only had a couple of weeks to find the rest of the Superdragons in situ. They are all being brought together for a final viewing about the middle of this month, but it’s not the same as seeing them out and about. So over the last couple of days I’ve been photographing some of those I hadn’t seen before. And a few which have been relocated in more secure positions to prevent them being vandalised again.
Yesterday I went to Belle Vue Park. We used to live in the road running up the side of this park so I know it well – it is a lovely Victorian park on the side of a hill.
This dragon is called Amser and it is next to the cafe. The artist is Marianne Thomas.
There is a little mini dragon painted by Clytha School inside the cafe too:
This one is Highly Flammable – Stick is the artist who painted it.
The last one in Belle Vue Park (apart from Goldie Looking Dragon who was relocated to the cafe from Ridgeway) is Cenhinen Bedr by Danielle Mayer. It is the Gorsedd, the stone circle constructed by the Victorians when they landscaped the park.
Here he is in his setting. You can see the lovely trees in the park.