A little scene on Selly Oak. Two workers in the wood yard enjoy a bite of snap sat on a stack.
The greaseproof paper is a tiny square of Rizla paper, the sandwiches bit of microstrip and the flask a short length of microrod.
It occured to me that this isn't my first attempt at a model lunch.
My first was on Melbridge Dock, and the materials haven't changed in decades. This isn't the first man sat there though, the original was lost as a show and had to be hurriedly replaced. He's feeding the ducks in the bay, so there are bits of sandwich in the water.