Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON
You're wondering what this is, right? Well, that's the whole point of the exercise. I want you to try and guess what I've photographed.
While you're racking your brains, I'll just give you the background story. Just before Christmas 2006, we were in Adelaide for a family wedding. I caught sight of this scene at a shopping complex and because I always have my camera with me, I was able to shoot the sight immediately.
If you haven't quite figured out what I've photographed, here's the answer. I was standing in front of one of those people transporters, like the ones you see in airports. It was a bit bigger than a golf buggy and because it was a hot summer's day, I was able to take this shot.
You see, the object in the frame above is simply the heavy-duty zip that encloses two sides of the thick transparent plastic that serves as a weather shield in rain. As I said, it was a really hot day, so the plastic was rolled up and made a fascinating pattern.
It was just waiting for someone with a camera to walk past.
Reminds me of that Pixar movie. You know the one. It's called "A Buggy's Life".
(The Odd Shots concept came from Katney. Say "G'day" to her.)