THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-Way

 

 

Way

While searching for this week’s post…

I found this sight-seeing bus…a way

for visitors to see Melbourne.

York’s signpost pointed the way to

various point in the city…

as did these signs on a

Freeway/Autobahn in Germany.

While visiting Fromelles we had to walk down this path…

to see the site of the Fromelles mass graves

which were recently exhumed and created

the Fromelles Military Cemetery.

 

Finally, this is the way to the

Toronto Avenue Military Cemetery

in Belgium.

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Thursday’s Special: Way

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A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Green

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Green foliage from…

Kwa Nokang Lodge

in Botswana

 

A Green hedge in York.

Foliage from St James Park, London.

 

Moss from York.

Housing in Murano.

And a green orange for St Paddy

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Green

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Patterns

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Patterns from anywhere.

King’s Cross Station, London. 

Platform four and three-quarters, I believe.

 

Foyer of our hotel in Naples.


A church wall in Nice.


From Nice, again.

Wall patterns in York.

Again from York.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Patterns

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-Y

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Letter-Y

(Needs to start or end with the letter Y)

New photos this week, commencing in…

Ypres, Belgium and the Flanders Field Museum exterior.

 

Still in Ypres and a shot of Menin Gate.

Across the Channel to York and the…

Yorkboat departure point.

Yorkboat now known as City Cruises.

Yachts on Corio Bay.

A different view of Yachts on Corio Bay.

This part of the Bay always looks amazing

as the yachts constantly change positions

under the influence of wind and tide.

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Weekly Photo Challenge-Beloved

 

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Beloved

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Some random photos.

Second thought in my mind was Brandy.

Always faithful.

And I just love being a forest like this.

 

My first thought was  of MGW.

However, as we have an agreement

not to post family photos…

well not too may…

you will just have to guess one is….

And I love this photo as well.

Landscapes cannot ban one from

taking photos of it.

A last not yet.

And then there is the editing.

When time permits it is fun

seeing what editors can do.

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Houses

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Compared to most houses in Australia…

most of us thought many European cities

contained small houses which went up instead

of sprawling along the ground.

On the other hand, this is the back yard of

Schonbrunn Palace.

It is also known as the

Hapsburg’s Summer Cottage.

There is only 1,441 rooms in Schonbrunn Palace

compared to 3,000 rooms in the

Hapsburg’s Winter Palace.

At the other end of the spectrum was

this refugee camp at Calais.

Back to Amsterdam and this tiny house

squeezed in between others not much larger.

Finally, one of the many houseboats

moored in Amsterdam’s canals.

My perception of ‘small’ is based on the frontage.

Only those living in my ‘small’ houses know

how roomy they are…particularly when a house

is several stories high.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Houses

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