This is not a theatre decked out
to appear like the Moulin Rouge.
This is the real deal and the best
Cabaret Show, I have ever seen
London coffee shop lighting.
Corio Bay by night
Parisian street lights
Looking up to the top of the Burj Khalifa.
Can you see how the concrete in
the middle foreground of this image,
(bottom) looks a bit like a kidney bowl?
My first image…looking up…was taken
while walking along that area.
The London Eye could be easily mistaken for that.
Ben does not appear that big from atop the Eye.
Two years, two months and 5 days to complete the Eiffel Tower.
Paris from level two of the Eiffel Tower.
Auckland’s Sky Tower…
…where we gathered for dinner to celebrate our
daughter-in-law’s birthday, a few days before…
…No 1 son wed an Auckland girl…D-in-Law#2.
All that aside, whether day or night
the Sky Tower
provides excellent views of the
Auckland Harbour Bridge.
the place to which someone or something
is going or being sent
Upon reaching Paris, I had three destinations which
I have wanted to visit for many, many years.
In no particular order, they were the Eiffle Tower,
from which the above image was captured.
Notre Dame Cathedral.
The Moulin Rouge
Socialising in Paris…
…definitely fond of (each other’s) company.
Palace of Versailles reflection.
A building in Melbourne
Corio Bay sunrise…
…Corio Bay again…
Our only natural satellite
reflecting light from the Sun.
Nearly sunrise at
Some Blues from
Not a lot of Blue but just
had to include my
Superb Fairy Wren
in my blue post.
Some random potential postcard images.
Corio Bay Sunrise
Million Dollar view
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Construction of the Palace of Versailles began in 1661
some 55 years after Willem Janszoon first sighted
Australia and just over 109 years before
Captain Cook landed at Botany Bay.
Older still is the
construction of which
commenced in 1642
The oldest of this post is
Construction of The Colosseum
began in 70AD and was completed in 80 AD
Which in 2021 makes
1950 years old
We were told, these pavers,
are part of the original building.
Imagine, nearly 2,000 years since completion,
the sheer number of feet to have walked over them
and who, in history may have walked here.
The Colosseum is definitely my oldest building
in my old, older, oldest post this week.