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Panolyman

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Can't get much more random than this, surely?
It was taken inside the toilets at a small open garden.
Why they chose to mount the mirror on an old spade is anyone's guess :hmmm:
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That's definitely random Brian. It could probably double as a coat hanger as well.
I think I'll have to go back and measure the diameter of the shaft.
Your suggestion has got me wondering whether it could be used as a toilet roll holder.
Might be a long reach from the pan, but could work for a spare roll. :laugh1:
 

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I think I'll have to go back and measure the diameter of the shaft.
Your suggestion has got me wondering whether it could be used as a toilet roll holder.
Might be a long reach from the pan, but could work for a spare roll. :laugh1:
When I first came to Oz we drove up to Maryborough to see if we'd like to settle there and stayed in a Motel overnight. Built into the tiling alongside the toilet roll holder was a bottle opener!..............I kid you not! :wtf: Added to that the power points over the kitchen bench were halfway up the wall and the toaster had such a short lead that it had to sit at 45degrees if you wanted to use it :coco: needless to say, we opted to stay in Brizzy:thumbup:
 

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This is the tree of Life statue in Birmingham, it is in memory of those killed in the air raids during the second unpleasantness.
 

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A slightly different spiral aspect than Walter's bike stand:
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This corrugated zinc is known locally as "Wriggly Tin".
It's not supposed to rust, but the salt-laden sea air here soon oxidises it.
The bitumen-based paint doesn't offer that much protection either, by the look of it!
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1.000 pieces :eek: No worry, it's not a real one ;)
 
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We went to Harry Potter World (or whatever it's called). I took A LOT of pictures. Here's one...
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