Wordless Wednesday-0912

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Some unusual sights on Monday in Geelong.
geelong_2014Umbrellas to keep rain away…

almost unheard of in December.
geelong_2186Nothing unusual about a vegetable garden…

geelong_21861except if it is in the main street of a town.

 

geelong_2195Further round to the left I spotted

Geelong’s floating Christmas tree.

I had heard it was visible in the main street.

This was my first glimpse of it in daylight.

 

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Bridges

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My contribution for this week’s

Fun Foto Challenge

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Didn’t think I had any photos of bridges…thank goodness for tags.

bridge_1845aFirst up, the bridge in our Japanese Garden.

bridge_0382aA bridge?  Well it does span the gap between

dry land and a sort of floating pier.

SHELBRIDGEaA country bridge, now disused…but note how

it takes you directly to the local pub.
bridge_1881aTake a train from Melbourne to South Geelong, to the football,

and you will cross this bridge which spans Moorabool Street.
bridge_0584aOnly know that this bridge is in Kruger National Park.

Bridge_0151aSo is this one…Letaba Bridge…

Letba-Bridge_0255aand again, Letaba Bridge.

This side of the yellow lines is off-limits to tourists.

It keeps them closer to their vehicles,

which is handy should a pride of lions decide to use

the bridge, while travellers stretch their legs.

It has happened in the past.

Bridge_0327aFremantle is the location of this bridge…

bridge_0024aand my final bridge is located at Balyang Sanctuary in Geelong.

bridge_0023aI think this is my favourite photo of the set.

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Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Bridges

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