Wine Line

How about a nice serene winebottle garden border to take us to an afternoon space. By Orbea, Mt Hawthorn. With wine prices as they are, using the full bottles wouldn’t be that much more expensive.

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About AHC McDonald

Comedian, artist, photographer and critic. From 2007 to 2017 ran the culture and satire site The Worst of Perth
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34 Responses to Wine Line

  1. Bento says:

    Not so much registered as licensed.


  2. rottobloggo says:

    A wonderful disregard for anything to do with safety – bravo!


    • sharon says:

      Yes I was thinking it’s remarkable to see such a flagrant safety breach in this day and age. Won’t someone think of the children? Or perhaps they are….


  3. Ljuke says:

    It’s a wine line between pinot and Grange.


  4. Pete says:

    Classic bit of Australiana right there Orbea. Do you see the vibrancy here future cunts? Well, do you?


  5. don smith says:

    Would that be a Bodega Border or a Bordeaux Border


  6. JaneZ says:

    It’s like a fancy version of the half full bottle on yr registered lawn to make dogs not piss on it.


  7. The Legend 101 says:

    Stupid People, Putting Wine bottles on the lawn, I wonder what the neighbours thought? because normally people do that if they have late night partys.


  8. DMc says:

    Are you sure it’s a garden edging? Looks like a series of tombstones at a wino cemetery. Was there a goon bag flying at half-mast somewhere nearby, Orbea?


  9. Bento says:

    More twitter gold TLA. I really hope someone believes your Woosha tweet.


  10. sandon says:

    If this is the place I think it is, I went through it about 2 years ago. Apparently owned by an elderly lady, was rented to another elderly lady who had lived there for 30 plus years. I believe she paid $80 a week in rent.
    She stayed there until age and the collapse of the sleepout stumps (where the bathroom was located), forced her to leave.
    The place was pretty run down inside and had the original bare copper electrical wiring in the roof.
    I am pretty confident the very stylish wine bottle edging would have been done in the 60’s or 70’s. There is a few examples of misguided home improvement in the area from that era.


  11. orbea says:

    Now a vanished worst.


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