I have 4 weeks of #explore52's for you today and they show a small change from late summer into early autumn.
First of all we have this little gem of old advertising on the side of a city centre building, it could quite easily be missed if you weren't looking but I happen to think it's rather lovely.
Secondly is this corner of the Abbey which is a little bit hidden. The gothic curves and windows look particularly lovely here in the late summer sun.
Next is the Parade Gardens that are in the heart of the city, with beautiful statues, views of the city and a bandstand and deck chairs it is easy to see why locals and tourists like to lunch here in the sunshine.
Lastly there are a couple of snaps of the fabulous folk who descend upon Bath each September for the annual Jane Austen Festival. I love to see them parading around our Georgian city in their finery, heading for the Guild Hall or Pump Rooms in the footsteps of Ms. Austen herself.