Photos - Surprises - Rubbish (continued)
Cairo: Great Pyramid
Christchurch: Avon River
London: Buckingham Palace
Paris: Eiffel Tower
San Francisco: cable cars
Willoughby: an incinerator, according to this plaque in Tarakan
Crescent, Northbridge, that tries to entice you to the neighbouring suburb.
Brothers Avenue, Northbridge: We'll let you
off this time, but in future put your rubbish in the bin.
Rooty Hill Road North has a cemetery for lawn-mowers …
… and for those who forgot they were no match for semi-trailers.
How about a guessing competition for which house in Cheryl Place, Plumpton, this bin belongs to?
If no-one gets it right, there could be a prize for the closest guesser.
It’s all colour and detail in
Mansion Lane, Potts Point
The army couldn’t do better. Rubbish
bins fall into line at the western end of Waterview
There are numerous narrow lanes in Queens
Park. Rawson Street distinguishes itself from the others
by marshalling its 70 wheelie bins into a straight line.
It's not often you see all eight fingers on one hand (plus a thumb and a painful cut).
But nothing surprises a walker in Walker Street, Redfern.
We all think it's OK to go 5 kilometres over the speed limit, don't we?
Or 5 minutes over the parking time. So 5 metres over the rim in Kallaroo Road, Riverview, would be fine, wouldn't it?
Action plan in Victoria Road, Rydalmere:
"Hey, Muggsy! The keys are in the white one. Let's pinch it."