Fandango’s-One-Word-Challenge-Fear

Travelling in one of these buses, for eight hours

with half the trip in the very back seat, was…

an experience I don’t wish to repeat.

Should there have been another rock slide,

we drove past many sites of landslips/slides,

I was not sure how we would extract ourselves from this bus.

Forty-eight adults in a forty-eight seat school bus

is not a safe way to travel…in my opinion.

 

Fandango’s-One-Word-Challenge: Fear

One Word Photo Challenge-Pool

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Tried for some variety…

A small prize pool.

The temporary swimming pool we had

after three inches of rain

in the summer of 2005.

The pool is our garage.

And if you visit Cairns you should swim in this pool…

which, if viewed carefully appears to have no sea wall.

On our only visit to Cairns I wandered

down to the beach wondering why

no-one else was there. 

I walked out to ankle depth and upon returning

to the sand spotted a

don’t swim because crocodiles frequent this beach

sign. 

Needless to say I heeded the sign thereafter.

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One Word Photo Challenge: Pool

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Fountains

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Beginning my fountain post in Australia, with…Sydney’s, El Alamein Fountain in King’s Cross.

My favourite, so far, fountain is to be found in

Brugge’s Het Zand Square, Belgium.

These two shots are after dark shots

and I thought it truly beautiful.

Trevi Fountain in Rome was crowded,

although we were lucky to see it.

It had been closed for several years for renovations.

I think this hot could be mistaken for a sheet of steel.  However….

it is merely a close up of the water of the

Legislative Assembly Building’s fountain…

in Victoria, Canada.

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Cees-Black-White-Photo-Challenge: Fountains

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