Contradiction binned

NARELLE Jarvis from Goolmangar took this photo after walking around Lismore's famed Back Alley Gallery last year.

"I was taking pics of the much celebrated graffiti," she said.

"After a mad time of clicking away at the approved artworks, I chanced upon this setting on a section of Nesbitt Lane, where the walls were still a blank canvas and took my best pic for the day.

"I have no idea what the 't' and 'f' on the bin refer to, but with the bin being so grotty in appearance, its message of 'do the right thing' seems a contradiction."

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