A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Threes-and-Threes

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Although neither eyes or nose are on thirds intersections,

each is in a vertical third.

 

We only two or three Sightings of this bird.  

I believe it’s neck marks a vertical third withs eye

above the the thirds intersection.

 

Heads on thirds intersection.

Probably the pic of my ‘thirds’ photos.

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A Photo a Week Challenge:  Threes-‘n’-Threes

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FOWChallenge-Acquire

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acquire

buy or obtain (an asset or object)
for oneself.
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When I acquired my

Nikon D90……I discovered more versatility

than previous cheaper

pocket size cameras allowed. 

A few years later I acquired

the Sigma 50-500mm lens

mounted in this image.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Acquire

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Cee’s-FFChallenge-Cars-Trucks

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I think the sign says it all.

 

 


Another old faithful on the scrape heap.

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Bridal car.

Or perhaps this is the bridal car.

They were at the same wedding.

The last two were on display five years ago, in Melbourne…

 

 

…celebrating 100 years of design.

They were displaying The General Motors (Holden) badge,

however, I have never seen the cars on the road.

MCoW-Geelong-5-Eastern-Beach

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Geelong,

Eastern Beach precinct

Life Saver Bollards

The Promenade in the background. 

A safe swimming are for all.

 

 

At street level (top of paths)

is a wide range of eateries

and we are about a

five to ten minutes walk

from the Geelong CBD.

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My-Corner-of-the-World:  0708

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Lens-Artist-PC-104-Summer

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Last summer was a bad summer

for fires in Australia.

However, there is rarely a summer when

we don’t have scenes like this

by fires somewhere in our dry land.

 

January 4th, 2013.

Loch Ard Gorge was the end of our

Great Ocean Road drive

with some Canadian friends.

At around 44/111 degrees C/F

the car park was literally

melting under our feet.

Manly Beach in early December/Summer.

Travel through rural areas in late summer

and you are more than likely to see

this scene repeated regularly.

Cropping stubble has been burned

to facilitate easier sewing to winter crops.

Strangely I thought this practise had died out

in favour of direct drilling and leaving

the stubble to help protect the soil

from wind or water erosion.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:   Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:    Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:   Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:    Surprise