Thursday, 23 April 2009

Double barrelled use

My friend Lucy took these photos during bike ride we took in Sabah on the island of Borneo. This floating dock - made from redundant oil drums - is the equivalent of a veg patch. People who live in the village that we cycled through maintain these pontoons like you would a garden. Every day they visit to harvest shellfish like oysters and crabs. On dry land, an oil drum with its ends removed has become a trampoline. Our bike guide observed, "For children, everything is a toy."

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