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Seen in Traffic

October 20, 2012

Sometimes, when you drive along Sydney’s main roads, you see the most unusual things. Things that lead you to believe that there truly is another reality underneath the surface. Sometimes it shows through from underneath.


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  1. hannajh permalink
    October 21, 2012 2:56 am

    Did I ever tell you the story of Martin? Found drunk. Wearing only underpants and a belt. Wandering around Strahan (Tasmania) with one of those Guide Dogs you see sitting outside Coles? He told Police it was his friend. They took him back to his hotel and pinned a note to his undies saying ‘leave town by Midday’. I laugh EVERY time I see one of those dogs!
    Ah, only Martin the veradah-flee-er could do something like that. x

    • Vanessa Berry permalink*
      October 21, 2012 10:01 am

      That’s a great story, I’d forgotten about it! The giant guide dog seems like it might be something from one of Martin’s dreams, then!

  2. uair01 permalink
    October 21, 2012 7:10 pm

    Do you have more examples of “suddenly noticing the parallel world”? It’s something that I’m very much interested in.

    See also: Neo Rauch:

    Mick Papadimitriou:

    • Vanessa Berry permalink*
      October 27, 2012 3:08 pm

      I notice things all the time that could be classed as such – I guess it’s pretty subjective, I’m sure someone could look at these two photos and say it’s just a rainbow and a large fundraising guide dog!
      It’s interesting how in the London Perambulator that they reject the term “psychogeography”…but perhaps terminology doesn’t matter so much. Thanks for the link.

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