Unlike the closed underground toilet in Russell Street, the above the ground area has been kept at this Queen Street toilet, with the just the below ground filled in.
Some times all of our recycling bins are full to overflowing, but that was not the case this day. It was just an action by someone who does not care. There was plenty of space in other bins. Note on the sign, no plastic bags. There is a separate bin for them.
So what do people do? Yes, plastic bags aplenty, contaminating the recycling.
I've never noticed this little rose garden at the junction of Raglan and Bay Streets in Port Melbourne. It must look nicer in summer. I have driven past it so many times and not noticed and nor has R.
Harmless place to park a motor scooter? It is not. The scooter prevented a man in an electric wheel chair from passing. No doubt the owner would say, I will/was only be a minute. He or she can have the title of inconsiderate prick of the week. Daniel Bowen has more to say about paths and bike paths being blocked by inconsiderate pricks.
Like a lemming, one car came down Toorak Road the wrong way and another followed it. It is quite amazing how long it takes some people to realise their error. Although they stop at the pedestrian line, they cannot see any traffic light facing them. Don't they wonder why?
For as long as we have lived here I have seen the Friday night hands moving in the office building next when the days are short enough. The hands, I assume not the same ones over the last 14 years, move until about 8pm and then lights go out.
Formerly known as Albert Park Manor, the project has been given the final touches. I kept checking and checking and there was no indication that any were for sale. It seems they were built as rental, including within the old building itself. They are not very grand and the rental price reflects that.
This one is certainly occupied. I think it has the largest balcony. Most of the apartments in the new part face the street behind.
R and myself have been having some fun with this sticking ball which turned up from somewhere. It is thrown at a smooth surface and it sticks.......for a little while.
Is this for firefighting or controlling the movements of other boats? I think I have seen one used at the beginning of the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
The Great Moscow Circus visited St Kilda, but did not obtain the proper permits from the council, with one tent far larger than described and another erected in the wrong place.
Murals in St Kilda. I like the second one.
Our trams are so crowded at times I have taken to using buses to get around the city where possible. I was in Carlton and ready to go home. I caught the 207 bus to Queen and Little Collins and the 220 home. I was lucky I did not have to wait long and I think I was home quicker than by using trams. The bus passed the old Russell Street police station, now apartments.