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Camping; shopping; spotting

These are the things I found around town this afternoon.

An audioBlog accompanies these photographs [3.4 Mbytes, 8 min 3 sec duration]. The audio commentary is also distributed as a podcast. You need to subscribe to my RSS2 feed towards the bottom of the right hand column on this page and you need to use aggregator software capable of utilising this

Wicked campervan
Not quite a flower-power hippie campervan with flowers painted on the side – but something that’s, perhaps, supposed to look like one.

Birds in flight - sculpture
Metal birds twirling and swooping around the tree tops.

Arcade 1
Arcade shop window 1 – lenses

Arcade 2
Arcade shop window 2 – cuticles

Burnt bin
This could have been a toxic fume situation. Looks like somebody set this bin alight – it burnt well enough to melt the plastic lid, but not well enough to be consumed entirely.

Whispy clouds at sunset
Light, wispy clouds looks like they’re rising like mist. I’m sure that if you look hard and long enough, you’ll begin to see other objects materialising from the wisps.

One Comment

  1. Joji Seo says:

    I didn’t know that it was so cold at this time of the year in your country. I went to Perth in August about four years ago. I liked the Mazda van and the wispy clouds. This is the first time I ever listened and watched the podcast. I am a Japanese but I found your English very easy to understand because you spoke in such a way that it was easy for even a non native English speaker to understand. Anyway I enjoyed your description of your part of the country. I hope that someday I can also tell the world how we are doing in our part of the world (southern part of Japan called Shikoku Island, which is about the half size of Tasmania ). Bye now.

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