There's a large wall that holds back a few gardens and houses on Kennet Road in Tidworth.
It's plain and relatively uninteresting...until some very naughty person with a can of spray paint did this. It really makes me smile, and I've found myself taking this route on purpose (which is currently an A338 diversion - the worst signposted diversion IN THE WORLD). I could so easily go another, less round-the-houses way.
I realise that it's naughty because it's defacing the wall, but it could so easily have been a rude word or a rude picture, so it's not entirely mindless! Is it there because the erm, 'artist' wants a short-cut around that wall - it's a good 500 metres from the bus stop to the first house...and uphill. Or is it a sprayed by an idealist who thinks that the slightly smiley door can be a helpful reminder to those stepping off the bus that there's always another door to open? I can't accept that it's just mindless grafitti - after all, why a door?! I want to think it's Narnia-esque - a nice reminder that even a brick wall has something worth investigating behind it. It's telling us to take the time.
No wonder it makes me smile, I'm so busy looking for inspiration that I'm trying to read brick walls!