Friday, February 29, 2008

Don't ask me...

I hadn't really intended to start photo-blogging, but sometimes things just present themselves...

Outside Tesco Express, this afternoon, The Moor, Falmouth.




8 comments:

patroclus said...

Hahahahaa, someone has actually chained it up! That's brilliant. I was at Tesco earlier but I didn't see that, boo. I never see anything exciting.

Well, not 'exciting' exactly. Maybe 'quirky'.

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Yep, with a bike-lock - the more I think about that, the more baffled I am :)

I was there at 4:48pm, apparently. Oddly, I was so busy thinking about what other things there might be to photograph in Falmouth, if I actually did turn this into a photo-blog*, that I almost missed it. Incidentally, have you seen those faces on the corner of the roof above Woolworths? That was more or less all I'd come up with by that point.


*I'm not planning to; Taiga's comment just got me idly musing as I walked home.

patroclus said...

Ooh, I definitely think you should start photo-blogging; you could just intersperse the photo posts among the other posts, rather than commit to a dedicated blog? (Erm, much like you are doing.)

I had an idea once that I would start an mp3 blog, but then I decided it would be easier all round if I just posted up mp3s when I felt like it as part of the normal blog.

MsAnn said...

Excellent pic. Guerilla art?

A town I lived in once (with a large art college) experienced a rash of 'kling-art' (cling-film)installations. They kept appearing overnight across walkways and open structures (like climbing frames, arches, etc.) Then it all suddenly stopped.

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Yep, I wondered if it was some kind of arty prank. No idea.

Oh, actually that reminds me of a couple more photos I could put on here... Thanks :)

nuttycow said...

I like to think that the owner of this trolley obviously thinks it's something that someone would want to steal.

Rob Hopcott said...

LoL ... That made me laugh :-)

Well done everybody for not suggesting that they were ' off their ...'

Ooops, nearly did ...

Occasional Poster of Comments said...

Trolley: a bit like a troll.

Tea Trolley: a bit like a troll, but only at teatime.


Erm, never mind.