Black and White Challenge.


The front, and the…


…and the rear of Canada’s

Rocky Mountaineer Train



Long Hair.





-for more than one – benches, couches,




Amsterdam Houseboat




Vehicle deck of the Queenscliff – Sorrento Ferry.


Passenger deck Port Phillip Ferry which plies

the Geelong-Melbourne route

across Port Phillip Bay.


Queenscliffe Coast Guard reflection.


Australian Flag







citrus sinensis

also known as the sweet oranges,
is a commonly cultivated family of oranges
that includes blood oranges and navel oranges.


I am uncertain if it is only a colour challenge

or if samples of oranges are required.

Therefore I have mixed it up a bit…


…and included some fruit and

some simple colours.


Our little orange tree does not produce

very good fruit for eating.

Inner Melbourne is home

to this image.


I captured this image at Rigi, near Lucerne, Switzerland.

  It took quite a while before I realised that these

were not oranges and looked more like pumpkins.

Whatever they are, I have no idea if they were real or artificial.


While speaking of pumpkins…


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Colour-Citrus-Sinensis






the sport or activity of riding a bicycle

Not the Tour de France,

nor the Tour Down Under

Rather it is the

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Classic

as it is returning to Geelong.

Cycling is a bit of a novelty Down Under, however,

in Amsterdam, it is a means of commuting

around the city.


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Cycling






Crooked buildings in Amsterdam

The old and the new in Perth,

Western Australia


Geelong locals call this the

Upside Down Building

An apt name for a government building

don’t you think?

Geelong’s new library under construction…

..now it has a fully domed roof.





Black and White Challenge.


Gondolier at work in Venice


Men at Work?

This image could gave been captured

in Australia.


Amsterdam Baristas






Probably not a small building,

but certainly not the largest either.

Small front buildings.

A house boat.

Definitely a small house.


Maybe the tiniest house in Amsterdam.

I often state that size is relative.

This church would have been rather large when built,

however, now dwarfed by its neighbours