Joys of cycling (5)

On yesterday’s morning cycle, I took a route that follows our South East Freeway, more or less between the ‘burbs of Greenslopes and Annerley. There’s plenty of hideous graffiti vandalism to observe, but there are some nice pieces of artwork along the way. But first of all, I passed a homeless person in a hammock. It looks pretty blissful, but it did shower during the night…

Man in hammock

Just hangin’ ….

And near the railway station, we have a thong fence in the making! Now, for the uninitiated, thongs in Australia have always been footwear – known as flip flops in some countries. And increasingly so here, as well (and not just because we have lots of Kiwis – New Zealanders – living here now, and we’re always visiting NZ and can’t talk about thongs without cracking people up). Just so you don’t think we wear these things on our nether regions. We have that sort of thong too. Say no more.

fence with thongs

Trusty, next to the beginnings of something silly

Trusty next to a depiction of a very strange bicycle:

Building art

These two are on the same building in Stones Corner:

Life

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One response to “Joys of cycling (5)

  1. cool photos…I’m going through your website to find the mannequin…
    Larah

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