Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-More-Than-5

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More than five objects or people in a photo.

Sunrise on Corio Bay

 

Watching a sunrise.

Just had to have a chuckle.

Restaurant lights

Sadly these trees no longer are.

Not sure if they have been replaced by eucalyptus trees

Model and photographer at work on St Kilda Pier.

 

Tourists helping each other…or resting.

While other line up for entry to,

or photograph, the next attraction.

One of my favourites this time of year.

Erlicheer daffodils…an early sign of spring.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Public

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The word ‘Pub’ I believe to be

an abbreviate version of

‘Public House’

Had I known the Flying Horse was

the last traditional pub standing

on Oxford Street,

(Source: Google, Wikipedia)

I would have taken advantage of

the free day care, at least for a few minutes,

and photographed some of the interior,

if permitted.

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Word of the Day Challenge:  Public

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Legs-Feet

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I thought this would be a difficult challenge because

I don’t set out to photograph people these days.

However, it’s scary what some cheap software and

a digital camera can glean from an image.

Legs entertaining tourists.

London legs admiring…

..these legs

Dry legs on wet afternoon in Murano.

Pompeii legs.

Dutch (Amsterdam) legs.

 

 

A business woman’s legs?

Sun baking legs.

Just hope they do not end up like

my sun baked head 🙂

More January legs watching…

…these seemingly untiring legs.

Click here to view some of the uncropped images

They will be published one hour after this post.

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WeeklyPrompts-PC-People

 

’Cee’s Fun Foto challenge’

provided people for

this week’s

Weekly Prompts-People

challenge…below

Business in Salzburg.

 

Rain tumbled down while

we were visiting Pompeii.

 

 

Brugge harpist.

Sheltering from Murano rain.

People gathered around

the statue of mathematician Simon Stevin.

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:  People

WitsEnd-Weekly-PC-Wheels

 


Not just a wheel on either side.Many cogs/wheels combine to ensure

that the seed is sown properly.

Now converted to seating outside so passers by

can sit, drink, eat and chat.

 

 

 

A much larger wheel.

The London Eye.

A great view just on dusk.

Geelong’s own version of the London Eye.

A somewhat smaller Ferris Wheel

on the Eastern Beach precinct..

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Witsend-Weekly-PC – Wheels