Black and White Challenge:
When we first moved to Geelong, or maybe before,
we noticed this art work at the bay end of Moorabool Street.
No-one we asked seemed to know if it had a name
or when it was put there,
so we coined the name
‘The Sharks Teeth‘.
It was not until last year that a camera club member asked
what I was talking about.
Upon explaining he burst out laughing with
‘I’ve heard it called a lot of things, but never sharks teeth‘
Apparently they represent sails or sail boats.
This all makes sense as quite often there is a small flotilla
of sailing boats on the bay all crewed by children,
and therefore, I have not taken any photos of said boats
as they are usually close enough to shore
for the crew to be identified.