You’re right. Although we have a little, almost nothing, of snow in the south of the country. Every winter, the TV crews are off to one or two cities in Santa Catarina, hoping for snow. With luck they get 5 or 6 millimeters of snow on the streets.
My first thought too
I was just now trying to get a photo of the frost on my windows, but my phone camera (and/or my skills) can’t do it justice…
Junkyard for airplane parts?
The opportunity was right there and they blew it, by one finger!
Parking deck stalactites*
the resulting stalagmite isn’t doing as well
- Someone has rainwater percolating thru their concrete by the elevator shaft. That’s not good.
It’s been a long day; I read that as “Peking duck”
That plastic wrapped thing looks like a mash up of “Dexter” and “Never Ending Story,” in which one needs to surreptitiously dispose of Falkor.
But is it really airplanes?
Listed factory building being renovated. There will be a little museum for flight simulators in the basement. Two of them are already inside, looking like they were wrapped by Christo und Jeanne-Claude, because they won’t fit through the doors later. I think the bits of an Airbus’ fuselage will be turned into some sort of display, too.
How about if you smell something IRL?
It turns out that raw aloe vera (straight from the plant) smells exactly like someone microwaved a frozen chicken patty.
Somebody’s going to trip on that caution tape
Some intersting graffiti in Sydney, Australia
It is left as a problem for the student to determine whether these steps are at all accurate.