Cee’s-FOTD-Challenge-19-0116-Dahlia

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Dahlia??

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Cee-Black-White Challenge-Music

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A busker in Brugge, or some very brief

tourist entertainment…this young lady was very competent..

at least to my ear. 🙂

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A Melbourne busker.

Another year, another street

but still busking in Melbourne.

 

Fingers too old to play my guitar I’m afraid

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Music

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Cycles

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Bicycles and Motorcycles

We first noticed the high usage of bicycles in Brugge.    

While in Amsterdam the bicycle flat

provides free parking for 2,500 bicycles.

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The Cadel Evans January Road Race in Geelong’s suburbs.

The Peloton.

Motorcycles and shouldered television cameras

beaming the action to the world.

Riders look relaxed but are travelling

at a phenomenal speed.

 

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Lens-Artist-PC-Open-Sesame

 

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Doors and Doorways

Church door, Geelong.

 

Could be Brugge.  Only a guess.

Geelong…

and again Geelong.

An arch or doorway to a market square

in Brugge, Belgium.

After hearing talk of Menin Gate, at Ypres…

it was a privilege to visit  last year.

This could be my favourite Belgium

doorway to a city.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti: Open-Sesame

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya: Open-Sesame

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy: Open-Sesame

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina: Open-Sesame

 

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-October-Words-Yr3

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Words from all over.  

And a bit late for October 

I have never seen so much water flowing, or gushing,

over Hopkins Falls as there was in August 2017.


This is what I think of when I see the word aperture.

That little hole in the centre of a lens.

  

Frontier…a line or border separating two countries.

At Hill 60 in Belgium, the white line in the foreground

indicates the British front line.

Most of our group are in No Man’s Land,

however our tour guide is standing on Germany’s Front line.

 

 

Perhaps not triplets in the truest sense of the word,

however, it was the best I could do.

A ‘normal’ tapered building,

Burj Khalifa, in Dubai.

 

Normally I think of some that is tapered as being thinner

at the far end, usually the top. 

Lochnagar Crater, on the Somme Battlefields,

is still thinner at the far end

it just happens to be the bottom

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Thursday’s Special: October Words-Yr3