As MMT has ridden an awful lot kilometres around the streets of Melbourne in 2020, he’s been collecting photos things deliberately or accidently related to COVID-19. Also there’s been one or two social/print media ‘snippets’ that have caught his attention.
The photos are roughly in date order.
An optimistic message from the Beach House
Hotel in Port Melbourne
Apparently trees can catch COVID-19 – taken in Fitzroy St, St Kilda.
Taken from the Age, only if where true…
no crowds at the footy yet.
But unfortunately, they seem to attend rallies and vote for Trump…
An awesome street poster on the tram
bridge on the corner of Market St and City Road, South Melbourne.
Loved this t-shirt so much that I bought it.
Public service message c/o St Alis, South Melbourne.
Still not used to seeing these signs around Port.
Note that the peeps in the background
seem to have got the message.
Speaking of signs, this one is on the back of a telephone box in Elizabeth St.
Another clever poster on the corner of
Blessington St and Barkly St.
Hopefully live music in Melbourne will survive
MMT is not sure how long this installation has been on the side lawn of this church. Word of
This headline from the Herald Sun, adds a new word to the English-Australian language.
Another new word for the Australian Macquarie Dictionary. Spotted up at Ballarat.
For some reason MMT keeps gravitating
towards street posters. Here’s two for one.
Violent Soho seems to tapped into the general feeling in Melbourne.
MMT can’t remember when he spotted this
meme. InstaChazz will probably be visited by the vengeful ghost of Leonardo Da Vinci 😉