Vultures’ feeding ground.
In 2013 I thought I would be able to
hold a vulture fairly easily.
In 2020 I am fairly certain that I would need
more than the helping hand I received in this image.
The queue waiting to visit the Palace of Versailles.
Fortunately we were leaving.
Someone told me they came back near midnight
to get a tourist free photo of Trevi Fountain.
Tourists and locals alike mingle
on the corner opposite the
Amsterdam Railway Station.
MGW was nearly run down by a motorcyclist
who had run a red light.
She was lucky.
(Crimson Lake #2)
Redemption Point is the second of the Crimson Lake series, by Candice Fox. Former Detective, Ted (accused of assaulting a thirteen year old girl) and Amanda, Cairns resident and convicted murderer (and now private investigator) joined forces in book one of the series, to solve vases in Cairns where Ted had fled to after his charges were put on hold..
Along with local murders and trying to clear his name (for the alleged assault in Sydney) Ted is again kept busy during this fast paced book. The introduction of paedophile, Kevin is almost too disturbing for words.
Again, narrator Lani Tupu is an excellent choice of narrator. As mentioned in my Crimson Lake review his vocal range captures everyone to perfection especially the voice of the paedophile. Just plain creepy!
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Taji waiting to be released from her kennel.
She also waits until told to ‘eat‘
after being feed at night.
The queue waiting to visit
the Palace of Versailles.
Just one of many we
encountered in Europe.
…look wistfully at Maggie”s bone.
Bicycles for public use.
Public Transport Victoria trams.
Finally something we won’t get to
experience again this year.
A few months back I received a Facebook comment
that visitors can no longer do this.
I did not ask why, maybe the elephant died.
However, more likely is that tourists (in their wisdom)
did not listen to, and follow, very specific instructions
as happened on this day.
Probably Australia’s best known bridge.
Auckland Harbour Bridge, New Zealand.
A small rural bridge in
New Zealand’s North Island.
Finally a bridge from my primary years of schooling.
Whoever said some of the old methods
of teaching are wrong is incorrect.
Or maybe I am getting older and cannot remember
what I had for breakfast, but can remember incidents
and conversations which occurred nearly 60 years ago,
as if it were yesterday. 🙂
One of my favourite sights.
Eucalypts, a blue sky and canola in bloom
Canola and silos.