Dust Bin

Douglas Scholes
The action performed on the Bishopsgate Street entrance to Liverpool Street Station, London is directly where many of the buses stop.  On the edge of the side walk between the Evening Standard newspaper stand and the bus stop sits a small dust bin (garbage can).  It is usually full to overflowing with trash, mostly from take away food containers.  Although it is cleaned regularly by city workers who clean the streets and empty the dust bins, there is way more garbage than space to hold it.  More often one see the dust bin overflowing with rubbish than not.
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05 – Garbage collected a placed in bag beside the dust bin.
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04 – I did not notice the person who stood the amphora on end.
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03 – The Evening Standard paper man and the street cleaner checking me out.
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02 – Later that same day I returned to find the rubbish creeping out of its domain and surrounding the amphora.
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01 – Later the same day – closeup.
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