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Luke Tonge

one man's rubbish photo is another man's inspiration

Ivo

I <3 rubbish. I realise now that many photos I have don't make any sence at all.

Sergio

This kind of photos are always useful as a starting point for some abstract art: http://www.blaunt.com/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1301679267&archive=&start_from=&ucat=1&

Simon Sharville

Now, there's an art to taking rubbish photos, moments seen out of the corner of the eye. You should do more.
I've been posting mine for 6 years now at www.economycustard.co.uk. Take a look if you get a moment.
all the best, Simon

Skip Hire Walton On Thames

This is a great photo. It may be meaningless to some. But I used to work airside and this is a familiar site for me. The aircraft has just been pushed back and the ground crew have had to leave all the equipment in a hurry to push or welcome the next aircraft. And I can tell all this just by looking at where the equipment has been left.

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