Friday, November 06, 2009

Friday Photo: Waste paper bin


15 comments:

B said...

I actually can't get my head around how big that is. I keep looking and thinking the humans are teeny-tiny instead. Weird!

sheepish said...

oh no is that for my ms!!!!!!!

And your costumes looked good especially the Fascinators. Well done.

sheepish said...

Sorry I mentionned the little hat thingys but I hadn't read your last post!!! Oh and I'm really glad the writing is going well [teeth clenched tight].

JJ Beattie said...

B, I've only photographed it from the skytrain walkway, above the road... I really MUST go down there and take a look at it from the pavement. It's gigantic, isn't it?

Sheepish, NOOOOO. We'll have none o'that talk here... Thank you.

S'alright, Sheepish, I've spent the day at chinatown sourcing materials for the bloomin' christmas ones! AND NOT WRITING.

Debs said...

How did they get that there?

JJ Beattie said...

OMG, Debs, I never thought of that!

Leigh said...

I love Thailand!

Karen said...

That's bizarre!

DOT said...

I love the sculpture. 'bout the right size for all my failed attempts at writing something readable.

JJ Beattie said...

Leigh, *grins* me too.

Karen, isn't it?

DOT, NOOOO. We won't have any talk like that!

Leatherdykeuk said...

perfect size for my daughter's bedroom!

LilyS said...

Is this for all my rubbish short story ideas!! thank heavens for the virtual one on my computer!! Ha Ha no need for pep talk - am over it now lol

Helen P said...

I was an 'ex-pat type person' more than 20 years ago and I seriously cannot get over how much Thailand has has changed. Public art? Amazing and wonderful! A bit like your blog!

JJ Beattie said...

Rachel *grins*

Lily, well it's big enough for all our rubbish ideas, but if you're anything like me, you'll keep them... just in case.

HelenP, welcome and thank you. Thailand has changed even in the four years I've been here. But it must be more dramatic if you were here 20 odd years ago.

I expect some of the cultural foibles are still pretty much the same!

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