Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON
Doesn't this look like some ingenious bloke has put a set of wheels on a crate of beer? Mate, if ever they did that, it would be a major marketing bonanza in this sunburnt country, where blokes are thirsty all the time.
Can you figure out what this photograph really shows? While you're racking your brain, I'll just reveal that I only had time to swing my camera up and fire off a single frame before the sight disappeared. Does that give you a clue?
Okay, here's your answer. It's a Tiger beer ad, on the side of a Singapore bus. I shot this during my 36-hour stopover in Singapore three months ago. I had just photographed something else when I saw the bus, a fraction of a second too late.
But I had the 18-125mm Sigma lens on the camera, which was perfect for what I wanted to do. So I lined up the shot, composed a really tight frame and just had enough time to hit the trigger once. The focal length of this shot was 78 mm and the frame wasn't 100 per cent accurate, but as you never, I never alter my shots in any way, so here it is - exactly as I saw it.
(The Odd Shots concept came from Katney. Say "G'day" to her.)