I haven't been able to get out and about this week, so wasn't at all sure whether I'd be able to put anything up for this theme. However, my mind came back into action last night, and I remembered this, from photos I took last January.
Once upon a time in a small town called Uzerche, in the centre of France, they had recycling bins in a car park by the river. It was convenient to have the bins where people could park easily while they put their rubbish in the appropriate bin.
But there was a problem. There was also a beautiful view of the town from the same car park. And the waste containers were not beautiful.
So one day the teacher from one of the local schools asked an artist to help the pupils hide the horrible rubbish bins which were spoiling the beautiful view of the town.
The children visited the site, had ideas, made plans and drawings, recycled some unwanted objects, which some would call garbage - and hid the bins in a decorative way.
You can just get a glimpse of the town behind the bins. If you step to one side, you can see better.
If you want to see how other people have treated the subject, visit TNchick's site, where you can join in and find other players.