…who need people…
stood this far back from the crowd,
instead of in front.
Will always remember these
two young ladies from Amsterdam.
After asking would they mind posing,
the girl on the left hit me for 5 Euro,
and kept straight face long enough
for mine to express the shock I felt,
before she burst out laughing.
The villains 🙂
Mostly we have met…
or seen people helping others…
…in various ways.
Is the photographer helping
her model or vice versa?
Maybe they were studying
the same course.
Geelong Street art.
Ceiling art in Florence.
Somewhere in the French Countryside.
This may say something about my taste in art,
but it is one of my favourite images.
A one off, never, to be captured again image
of a spider web in a canola crop a few years ago.
MGW doe not share my enthusiasm.
It can even be turned into bright, stronger colours
if that is your taste.
This was my first piece of photography art.
The now defunct Weekly Photo Challenge
wanted a CD cover design.
It interested it is simply a shot of water in Corio Bay.
And I love the mood in these two images…
…of Melbourne, last week.
…that buildings like the Colosseum were constructed
nearly 2,000 years ago and are still largely intact.
And wile the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is talked of
on a regular basis, many other churches have similar,
though not as well-known,
art work on their ceilings also.
And while this is not the Duomo in Florence,
it has a similar hole in the roof.
I would love to return and spend a week or so
in many of European cities.
Geelong street art.
At least that’s what I call it.
The manufacturer calls this colour ‘Jaffa’.
Most people refer to it as orange.
It is one of the last cars manufactured in Australia,
by General Motors Holden.
A pink Galah.
Often people who do something silly
are called galahs also.
Not sure where I found this
or what it is supposed to be,
however, it is orange.
Macaroons are always yummy.
Just not healthy.
A motor scooter in Melbourne.
I believe this photo was taken in Florence.
Just cannot remember if the bag
was for sale or
owned by a fellow traveller.
The other option was that it fell into the:
‘...Darling this matches my shoes…
and it’s only 1,000 Euro...’
Captured in Lucerne, Switzerland.