A spot of rubbernecking
Rubbernecking sounds like the kind of thing hormonal teenagers do in the back of the school bus. But no. Rubbernecking (verb) is the act of taking a squiz at something. In Brisbane, it’s the verb used to describe going flood spotting. Something the police and the Premier are eager for us not to do.
But we did.
Yesterday we had a little drive into Brisbane’s CBD. Here are the Instagram results.
Floating bins in the driveway of 111 Eagle St – a new development
Some fellow rubberneckers – beyond the police tape
A view of the Storey Bridge
One of the jetties at the Eagle Street Pier, the arch is the top of the pedestrian access gate
Sandbags on Queen Street
Creek Street as a Creek
Down the River from the Eagle Street Pier