Recycling bins. I get it.
You know, "my junk" has another connotation too. I was a bit leery of looking at the photo. Phew! Safe for work after all!
I had no idea what this was a photo of, until I read Agent 54's comment. We only have black and blue and they don't look like that.
Hmmmmmm --- what IS that?
Oh!! Thanks for that comment! I had NO CLUE what these were!
Very good, 54.
Aw, c'mon, you can trust me. I'm not a New York politician after all.
Blue is paper, cardboard, tin, glass, plastic, etc. Brown is food waste. Grey and Green are the rest of our garbage. It takes some getting used to.
It's just an artsy(?) shot of my garbage bins, Meleah.
Meleah, Meleah, Meleah. Focus, girl.
Here they are in a normal shot.
Black is household waste, Blue is paper and we have a smaller box for plastic, glass and tin. Gardening waste has to be taken to the recycling place.
Oh we have recyclable bags for garden waste that we can leave at the curb. Fascinating discussion here about our garbage, eh?
Ha ha ha! Well, it's nice to know how others deal with things, then I feel justified in moaning if we don't come up to scratch :)
Oh!!! Yeah, I realized that after I saw the comment from Agent 54!
I don't think I'll be doing any bin diving here!Nice idea for the photo.
Nice one, Dufus! Very artsy. I like it a lot. :)
I like the angle you used for the shot. At first I thought they were kayaks. I was searching for the identity of the items when I tilted my head a certain way and voila! Trash bins! Would it surprise you to know that they don't recycle here in East Texas? Heck no. They charge you extra if you do that. Sigh. But I'm moving soon. Yeah!
Ah, recyclable bins. I recognize the blue one. It's also in my garage. Can you recycle a recyclable bin?
Hey, our garbage is clean. What do you want?
Yeah, even mu garbage is artsy.
I've never tried to float in an of these things that would be novel. The closest I've come is when the garbage overflows.
Yes, you can. The garbage guys knocked the crap out of the brown food recycle bin and we called city hall and they brought us a new one and took away the old one. How about that!
Good thing you have some sharp-eyed commenters. I didn't see it at first either.
We have that here! You'll feel right at home!
I can see how others might wonder what the heck this was a picture of, although it's very familiar to me.
Oh, should I bring my garbage?
Naw. I've got plenty here to share with you!
Okay, great. Otherwise I might refuse to come. (Get it?)
I got it!
Despite our tendency to trash talk, mon ami, I wanted to say you bin doing a great job during this challenge. :-)
That is actually a STUNNING picture. I love the angle and the colors... just perfect.
Great pic, Dufus. The color coding is getting complicated, but the junk is being recycled into useful things. At least I think it is.
But neatly ordered and colorful rubbish bins, so points for that.:-)Traci
It worries me that I almost posted the same photo. Mine wasn't as good as yours, so I junked it.
Well, thanks, Nicky. I appreciate it. But don't think that'll give you a pass on the trash talk. That's partly what this is all about.
Thanks, there, Katherine. I tried several angles and went with that one.
Well, at least it's going where it's supposed to and not into the ground.
Thanks Traci. If nothing else my garbage is neat.
I "refuse" to believe that, Mike.
Oops, I already used that line with Linda. I can't seem to "contain" myself.
Wow! Even your dustbins are classy looking.
Well, of course. We have pretty classy garbage. Have to keep up with the neighbours you know.
"Pure and simple rubbish" lol You crack me up.
Preach on, dufus!
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