Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Teddy-Bears-Toys

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Teddy Bears, Toys

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A variety of dolls and toys

but mostly re-posts I’m afraid.Candi’s much used and much loved ropes.

Over twenty years old but still brings a smile to our faces.

I think these may also qualify as dolls…

 

even though they are a bit big for the toy box.

 However, there was one young lady

who would have found room for this one.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Dishes-Silverware

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Dishes-Silverware

 

I am not certain that I have nailed this challenge this week.

There are dishes that make one lick one’s lips.

 Then there are these dishes….

 

plates, bowls and cutlery.

Unfortunately all these need washing

after the dish in consumed.

 

Finally, there appears to be some additions to this table.

Something to lubricate the gastronomical tract maybe?

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Cups

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My contribution for this week’s

Cups

 

A couple of weeks back…

I did post these in my BW Tuesday post.

The black and gold photos…

 are African souvenirs.

While this display was found in

an Ily Coffee Shop

in Amsterdam in 2016.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Hot-Cold

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My contribution for this week’s

Hot-Cold

 

In winter of 2006…
I discovered this horizontal icicle which,

for a short period, of time stretched across

the gutter’s edge in the foreground.

Fast forward to January 4, 2013 and I am

driving along the Great ocean Road showing

my Canadian friends its beauty.

This is Lochard Gorge.

The bitumen in the car park was melting and

it was the only time I did not walk around

to a cave on the left of shot due to the heat.

Temperature around 44 degrees Celsius, or just over 110°F.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Gardens

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My contribution for this week’s

Gardens

 

Some scenes from…

Geelong Botanic Gardens.

Bananas in the gardens did surprise me.

Bollards to be found all over Geelong’s tourist areas.

Even with my red and green colour visions loss…

I can distinguish this red and green.

An ideal location for some of those special photos.

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Isolated-Subjects

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My contribution for this week’s

Isolated Subjects

 

Back to Africa for some

isolated animals this week.

Don’t let the following images put you off

going on an African Safari.

Most of our sightings were much closer

than these images depict…the only

exception being the Jackal.

This is about as close as we could come to this

Black Backed Jackal.

Fairly certain this Impala is blowing a raspberry

at us as it crosses the road.

A loner zebra.

And to finish…

some isolated giraffes.

This one used to hang around our camp,

Sausage Tree Safari Camp

and peer over the fence near the gate.

She (I think) was there, or close by,

every time we went on a game drive.

She is definitely isolated from her background in this shot.
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