This rusty old can pretty much descibes the mood I was in when I took this photo. I was walking around waiting on a 38 hour delayed flight, that should bring be to Toronto and from there to San Francisco. And it didn´t make it any more fun that I was stuck here, but only a 20 minute drive from my house
As I told earlier, I went down Highway 1, CA this spring. If you follow the photos of my trashcans you can find my route.
A boat trip with the Habour Princess in SF
Camuflage gray-in-gray, Union Square Park, SF
As a Dane coming to CA, have to see the danish town Solvang. And look they even have The little Mermaid on their trashcans.
Sunny Santa Barbara, with the pier in the background
La Jolla, San Diego – so hot that you have to have a trashcan for hot stuff!
Sea World, San Diego – We went backstage to eat lunch with Shamu – great experience!
Up a litlle bit north again to the lovely Santa Monica and its charming pier.
The end of a wonderfull roadtrip!
Found this one in Copenhagen. It´s just so nice!
On my way down Highway 1, CA i reached La Jolla. Beautilful place with trashcans to match it. They were all painted by artists.
In Monterey CA, I found this big bottleshaped recycle trashcan.
Yesterday I went to a amusement park called Bakken. When I got hungry for fish and chips (I do that some times), I found these two food inspired trashcans by the little food stand.
“Affald” is Trash in Danish
“Bakken” is the oldest amusement park in the world – 400 years old! – and there is done a lot to keep the old spirit alive through small details, so of course there is an official Bakken trashcan that you find all around the place. It is nice and old fashioned in it´s appearance. I like its blue-green ocean color.
I just went away on Summer vacation for a week with my family, to a place called Bogense in Denmark. Next to the place where we stayed, there was a litlle beach, and there was the lovliest dolphin trash cans all over the beach. Here´s a couple of them!
I went down Highway 1, California, with my family this Spring. We went from San Fransisco to La Jolla, San Diego and up north again to Santa Monica, LA, where we spend the three last days on this incredible beach.
More trashcans to come from the Highway 1 trip.