River will have her Sunday Selections up by now and Jackie often participates too. Here are a few of my random photos not used elsewhere.
Boring old Telstra workhole covers.
Not as decorative as those found in New Zealand or Japan, but an improvement.
Some animals tagged this very nice Prahran mural.The stocks for them, I say.
A city flower box. They are well maintained and the flowers are regularly changed.Watering lad is not unattractive.
Melbourne's Lord Mayor Doyle announced with great fanfare some sculptures to adorn the tram super stops in Swanston Street. So where are they? I think they are supposed to go where these bits of plywood sit at the bases of the poles. Note, car rego LM 000 parked at Crown this evening for a few hours, 16/10. Driver was patiently waiting for Lord Mayor to return from dinner or a function.
'What a pity my hotel burnt out. Now I will just have to put up some new apartments and make a mega profit. What else can I do?'
Drugs, lots of drugs for sale here. Each different pair of shoes indicates a type of drug available. Just say no to drugs, although at my age, take the drugs that are prescribed.
I think Mamma Vittoria's is famous. It opened in 1982.
A movable workers' lunch room? Lonsdale Street. I then caught a bus, which was a bit slower than the cable tram that used to run along Lonsdale Street.
No. 3/4 Queens Road. It is a lot easier to spot the supports for the globe than the supports for the globe at the National Gallery in Canberra.
What are these red flowering things? I have never noticed them before and I have seen three different lots this year.
Dual poles are all over Melbourne where trams run. New poles were put in where old ones were decaying and the tramway wires connected, but it seems electricity companies are not in a rush to move their wires or lights. I am speaking of years, not months.
I think this new pole was planted about February this year. It is already falling down, or maybe a car gave it a bump. A new pole has been erected.
Our rotating building notices are a mix of dire warnings and nice nudgements. It is quite a sad ass bird pictured and a most unlikely balcony invader.