Weekly Photo Challenge-Grid



My contribution for this week’s challenge…



Plenty of Grid photos this week.

Perhaps not entirely Rule-of-Thirds…but grids just the same.

geelong_1863Commencing with two re-posts from last week.

The Waurn Ponds branch of the Geelong Library

is covered on all sides with this grid pattern.

Not everyone’s taste.

Queenscliff-Fort_6584Again these windows (?) in the Queenscliff Fort

are set in grid formation.

roof_0518A ceiling, skylight in one of Melbourne’s Lanes.

DC Photographyooooooooo

Windows and inset frames all in grid formation.

art_0563Bricks make an ideal grid, of sorts, for this laneway art.

reflection_0489A century later and we still have windows and glass walls…

reflection_0445laid out in grids.

grid-tiles_0513Finally this reminded me of the Roman Tessellated Pavement

in Canterbury (I think).

It was 1976 when I visited the United Kingdom. 🙂

I believe that this is the floor below the skylight (3rd photo).



Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Hearing


My contribution for this week’s




While in Africa I learned to recognise

the call of the Fish Eagle. fish-eagle_0577We sighted Fish Eagles near water.

Very often, late in the day, we would hear their distinctive call

carrying across or along nearby water ways.

new-holland-honey-eater_0014I first photographed a New Holland Honey Eater

about an hour’s drive from home.

I think the family group has followed me

as they appear to have moved to our area.

I have also learned to recognize their call.

Yesterday, this one was hanging off a dead flax flower stalk,

and reading the riot act to something in the garden.

It appears to be looking up at me, however,

it was about 7-8 feet off the ground

while I sat in the comfort of my car.