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Outdoor settings for tourists…

 


and locals alike, in Arras, France.

Antique Tasmanian Blackwood

eight seat dining setting.

Restored value around $8,000

As is value $1,000.

Unfortunately no-one wanted it.

 

Picnic tables.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Tables-n-Chairs

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Clock face.

 


In Slazburg spanning the Salzach River

in a sea of padlocks… 


…is Austria’s most modern pedestrian bridge,

the Makartsteg.

Sun screen/block

 

 

Blockhead,

St Paul de Vence,

France.

 

 

The Noordam docked at Skagway Alaska.

Livestock.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Ending-in-OCK

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Lights around

Het Zand Square…

…in Brugges.

 

Het Zand Square Fountain…

 

Brugge, Belgium.

Arras Bell Tower, France.

 

 

Arras, Bell Tower

Place des Héros, and Arras Bell Tower

at approximately 10 PM.

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A Photo a Week Challenge:  Light-the-Night

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FOWChallenge-Riddle

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riddle

make many holes in (someone or something),
especially with gunshot.
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Villers-Bretonneux

World War I,

France

The Australian National War Memorial…

…could be said to be riddled…

…with World War II bullet holes.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Riddle

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SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Sweet

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I have a very sweet tooth…

…so whenever I hear or see the word sweet

my mind imagines something like this.

Trouble is since having my knee

replaced in late October,

I have managed to shed 6-8 kilograms

(about 13-17 pounds) and I wish

to remain that way.

So now I just dream of the

sweeter life…and hope

for a longer one.

 

 

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Finally, the Moorabool Valley in its foggy glory

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTO:  Sweet

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advance

move forwards in a purposeful way.
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Bullecourt Battlefield,

World War I,

France

Our guide told us that the German Army

held the high ground…

…and that British Army held the lower ground.

 

At a British General’s command soldiers

were expected/ordered to walk up these slope

without any regard for their own life.

Allegedly after three or four attempts

to advance to higher ground, and

losing thousands of soldiers for nothing…

…the British hierarchy decided that

it would be okay for the men

to try and protect themselves…

…from being slaughtered by

the German Army’s enfilade fire.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Advance

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Signs

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Signs found in…

Arras,

France.

An evening at the Moulin Rouge is

worth every cent.

Finally a sign that indicates the

Winter Olympics

were held at Whistler.

And a similar sign indicating

the site of the 1956 Rowing

at Ballarat, west of Melbourne.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Signs

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