Back in the Seventies, I learned that

no matter what one sees or visits

during one’s travels,  there is

no place like home.

To hear a customs officer greet you with

Welcome Home

in a familiar accent is

one of the most relaxing parts

of a 14 to 22-hour flight.

I am almost certain travellers worldwide

would agree with these sentiments.

This week my images end with

some of my favourites….Open Spaces.



Part of Melbourne’s Skyline




Bourke Street Mall.


Moorabool Street, Geelong,

with floating Christmas Tree just visible.

Cunningham Pier and Bollards

Geelong and

in the centre.

Geelong Football Ground

Moorabool Valley


A foggy start in

Moorabool Valley


One of my favourite

Moorabool Valley



Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…Travel-Has-Taught-Me

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:…Travel-Has-Taught-Me

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:...Travel-Has-Taught-Me

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:.…Travel-Has-Taught-Me



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