a volcanic cone,
one of the many in Western Victoria.
I have never been to the top of Mt Elephant
but driven past it hundreds of times in my life.
From the top of Mt Rigi
overlooking Lake Lucerne.
from Grouse Mountain,
Workers from all over…
My limited knowledge of lumberjacks’ work
tells me that they actually did climb trees
as part of every day work.
Memory could be way off though.
Happy to be corrected.
Amid that crowd is a Beefeater at work
guiding visitors around
the Tower of London.
While in Europe each guide carried a flag of some kind.
Trouble was there was so much to see
and dawdle over, the coloured flag
was often forgotten (by me).
All guides were very knowledgeable but
sometimes it was just nice to walk and look
without the constant commentary.
Our favourite African guide,
planning the next day.
Or was he offering up thanks for
a successful day just ended?
I did not know that I had photos of seals
until I enlarged this photo.
expressing, on our behalf, our gratitude to Kaczy
for the wonderful person she was/is during
the Alaskan leg of our travels.
when we bade Bob farewell in Vancouver.
to capture images such as this,
no matter what aches and pains there maybe,
or how cold the morning,
we should off up a prayer of gratitude
simply because we are able.
Black and White Challenge.
with statues….their names…
These, however, are wood carvings…
on top of Vancouver’s,
Scenes, mostly from Vienna
The last thing we saw before turning off the lights at night.
Tourists or locals?
Whichever, they were enjoying an afternoon
on this Salzburg balcony.
While at dinner in Vienna I received a tap on my shoulder and
suddenly I was dancing in a very narrow aisle between tables.
It did take a little while to realise we were speaking different languages.
MGW thought this scene worth capturing.