The Wizard of Waste

Inanimate Objects with Faces


The Wizard of Waste

28 Dec 2016 13 20 338
I first saw a photograph of this last July when Polyrus (Neil) posted a pic which he called Trashmast. I was in the area yesterday for sunset and I noticed it had changed quite a bit, so decided to take my own shot. With the addition of the "hat" I thought it looked like a Wizard, hence the title. It looked quite photogenic in the fading evening light. Best viewed large, on black :-)

Devil Scooter

D E A D

30 Jul 2016 8 9 203
This poor duck looks as if it's been savaged by a dog!

Hi there..!!

25 Feb 2017 11 15 200
@ Fraton Parker.......................I think I'm becoming a little obsessed............I blame you..!!

Eye - Eye - Eye!!

07 Jul 2015 6 9 255
No idea what this is. It's situated at the end of the sea wall in Exmouth, next to the Marina, looking out to sea. I thought it was quite photogenic though and slightly robotic looking!

The Scream

23 May 2016 21 19 319
With apologies to Edvard Munch. Please view large, on black.

Please.......................

14 Apr 2017 8 10 166
.........stop stubbing your cigarettes out on my face..!!

A Bear Ate Our Duvet..!!

18 May 2017 14 13 239
Came home from an afternoon out to find that this weird-looking bear had eaten one of our duvets :-))

G H O S T

28 May 2017 13 6 226
This is an image of part of a rotting tree trunk I spotted in the New Forest. I took it because I liked the shapes and textures in the wood. It wasn't until I processed the image I noticed the "ghost"................... Please view large, on black.

Black Eye..!!

12 Jun 2017 10 8 226
Poor thing..!!

Aaaaargh..!!

Messerschmitt

06 Sep 2017 23 35 365
The Messerschmitt KR200, or Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter), was a three-wheeled bubble car designed by the aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced in the factory of the German aircraft manufacturer Messerschmitt from 1955 to 1964. The KR200 ran on a 191 cc (11.7 cu in) Fichtel & Sachs 2 stroke engine. I spotted this one in Old Portsmouth. Not this car, but a nice little video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=X82Fq43sutg gives you a better idea of the size of these little motors. It has a lovely "face" as well.

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