Some of Vancouver’s
Giant Laughing Statues…
…in Stanley Park.
Father after receiving his wig for his
74th birthday about ten years ago.
That year he had been treated for breast and
at least one other type of cancer…maybe two.
He celebrated his 86th birthday in mid-October.
Exuberant is a great adjective…
…for this scene in
It appears that young Maggie did not care about comfort
the day she licked up discarded cooking wine.
MGW thought Maggie was ill…until
she smelled Maggie’s breath. 🙂
About ten days after autumn rain
grass seeds begin to pop through
seeking warm sunshine.
Perhaps the rope is not as tangled
as it could be…
..so I added some rectangles of
which there are plenty.
I was wishing some of the tourists had stayed away
the day we visited Rome’s
It seems a life time ago since I was able
to jump like this without any concern
for the damage it was doing to my knees.
Too cold for a photography outing this weekend
so I have had a look at some images
Not sure if I noticed the couple before
or after I took the shot, however…
…from the wide angle comes a nice photo of a couple.
…and this one…
…blended to create this image posted in
‘Capture the Moment’
for last week’s
Saint KIlda Pier…
…the wide angle shot cropped to focus
on the model and photographer.
Both model and photographer were participating
in this shoot to fulfil requirements
of a course they were taking.
Maybe…in this crop…
…and maybe not, the more space
they have around them.
From this crowded scene comes many stories.
One of which could be:
‘The shark was this big, dead set!’
This game of badminton and its two spectators
…right here on Sydney’s
…the leopard sleeping…
which neither of us had heard.
In 2018 we discovered these lions guarding a bridge
which is an entrance to a park named
after the16th Earl of Derby
on the North American continent, in a west coast city,
in a country which had not fought
a war of independence.
In 2017 while visiting the
Western Front Battlefields
of World War I…
…I came upon two more lions guarding this Gate.
These lions, gifted to Australia after World War I,
were temporarily returned for
World War I Centenary Clebrations.
I was lucky to capture these images as the lions
were being returned to Canberra in November 2017.
The word lion/s and some nearby text in Google
will find the location if I have been too vague. 🙂
Candid photos from all over.
Tourists in Geelong
Geelong local feeding seagulls