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Not a theme in which I have

a wide variety to chose from.

One of several along Geelong’s foreshore.

Although this is a Pompeii toilet, I have been wondering if it is for the wealthier clientele, and…

…this for the not so wealthy at Pompeii.

 

 

I could have spent most of the evening

looking at this restrooms in Vienna.

 

 

Such were the furnishings you could

actually relax while…… 🙂

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Bathrooms-Outhouses

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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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’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

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In my youth I learned that ‘spending a penny

was a euphemism for going  to the toilet/bathroom.

So I just had to take a photo, or two…

of these toilets in vienna during a break inn our dinner.

I have never previously seen toilets

decorated in this fashion.

Everything from the wall art to the chandelier

made it worth spending a penny.

 

 

To make it even better I don’t remember

there being a charge for their use as with many other

places we stopped at while in Europe.

Then we visited Pompeii and were so grateful for the comfort

and privacy we had when spending our pennies,

at earlier and subsequent stops.  🙂

I believe ‘the ladies‘ was decorated in similar fashion.

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Word of the Day Challenge:  Worth

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In 79 AD on August 24 & 25, although

new evidence suggests the date may have been October 24,

the eruption of Mount Vesuvius

buried the city of Pompeii.

 

It was a fascinating, although wet, 2016 visit.

Maybe because I wanted to be an archeologist

in my very younger days.

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Word of the Day Challenge: Eruption

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Italy provides me with my contribution this week.

Mt Vesuvius eruption of A.D 79 trapping

most of Pompeii residents.

They may have been at this theatre

enjoying some entertainment, or…

 

purchasing refreshments from

a nearby takeaway outlet.

Many urns and every day items are on public display.

However, not many of the well-known (photographed) poses

of citizens in their last moments of life were on display.

Even the brothel we were shown contained an empty bed.

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS: Objects-Over-100-Years-Old

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-February-Words

 

 

It must be innate in the young of all species

to annoy their mother.

This protuberance high up on the wall

indicates a ‘Red Light’ area in Pompeii. 

 

his view of the Palace of Versailles

meets the rectangular criteria.

 

Can colours be interspersed

among each other?

 

These ‘vividly colourful’ decorations are

the best I could for fluorescent.

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Thursday’s Special: February-Words