Weekly Photo Challenge-Kardinia Park-2

This post was prepared in early July and I have been  hoping to use it ever since.  I think it captures the spirit of this week’s challenge.  I could argue that all photos are of the same subject but I believe that numbers two and three fit the challenge the best.

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A few weeks ago Geelong’s football stadium turned on its lights and the first night game was played.

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Kardinia Park is now the third stadium in Victoria (Etihad Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground being the other two) with the capabilities to operate after sunset.

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The 73 metre high towers dwarf traffic in Moorabool Street and now provide a landmark in Geelong which is visible from any of the main thoroughfares in and out of Geelong City.

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In the background is Corio Bay opening out into Port Phillip Bay.

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Last night, Saturday, June 29, we happened to be passing through Geelong on a night when Geelong were hosting the Fremantle Dockers. The lights were spectacular, particularly from an elevated position where all lights were visible at once. Definitely a huge asset for Geelong.

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Weekly Photo Challenge ~ One Shot, Two Ways

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It took me a while to interpret the meaning of “two ways” today. These shots hopefully embrace today’s meaning of two ways….

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…a landscape view of Kardinia Park….

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….and a portrait view of Kardinia Park.

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Kardinia Park post.

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Weekly Photo Challenge:
One Shot, Two Ways 
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