J is for Junkyard, Junk food and Junk mail
An auto junkyard is great for rusty photo ops, methinks. Sadly, this taxi had no rust that I could see, which makes me wonder why it was there. This is the kind of car you need to know how to fix yourself. I'm not qualified.
As you know, not all junk rusts. Some satisfy our "sweet teeth." Are you suddenly feeling famished?
I took this camera with my "spy camera." OK, this candy display was at the front of the store and anyone passing by could see what I was doing. I call it my spy camera because I can slip it into my pocket. Luckily I live in a village and the owners, cashiers and deli workers know who I am. Either they they are afraid of me or they think I'm totally harmless.
Normally, I would consider this photo a junk photo, but not today!
Fun fire engine mailbox and a container for Junk mail
And what would modern life be without junk mail? Sadly, I cannot remember a time before junk mail in either my real or virtual mailboxes.
Just plain junk
Do you suppose workers were sleeping on the job here?
I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE