The tram is there. And the drones. And an arch comment on public servant dinner parties. Yes, Michael Ashley is back. And it's so good.
His 2020 calendar will be available for sale in September but keen-beans can pre-order on Ashley's website www.mickashley.com.au.
"There's a lot of driving-related issues this time around, mostly as it appears to be gaining folklore status in Canberra," he said.
"People that drive crazy every time it rains, a take on that 'one- metre rule' for both motorists and cyclists.
"Jay walking and people oblivious to traffic crossing the road are covered by the tram image. Then there's that adage of being able to drive 20 minutes in any direction in Canberra.
"Other observations include the imposing MLC Tower in Woden, queuing up at nightclubs during winter and, of course, the drone delivery service."
And don't you feel sorry for Brenda, whose "APS level wasn't high enough to fit into the Canberra dinner party"?
A born and bred Canberran who went to Daramalan College, Michael has been creating his ACT-centric artwork since late 2010. He wants to "create a more evocative and vibrant view of my city and the people who live in it".
Ashley gets Canberra and he gets it quickly.We await his inevitable take on the snow at Manuka Oval.