To me, this is the most famous, or infamous bridge in the world.
I think it was a Primary School teacher who
introduced me to Florence’s
Bridge of Sighs.
From that day forth it was always
on my mind to see/visit in person
Was it because I crossed it in a previous life?
Some I know would heartily agree.
Dubai’s elevated railway appears to be
one long bridge stretching through the city.
One of my favourite New Zealand landscapes.
Finally, the bridge everyone recognises.
Sydney Harbour Bridge.
When we visited Rotorua…
was Hamurana Lodge,
a nice boutique hotel.
Whether they are tied up or not we often see
them head for their kennel to keep dry.
inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight;
According to Labradors the is never
sufficient food on the table…
Tongariro National Park
Taken from a digitised version of Super 8 movie film,
atop Ayres Rock (now Uluru) in Central Australia.
Twenty-four year-old Woolly
signing the visitor’s book
after climbing the Rock in 1975.
With The Olgas in the background,
it was a wondrous experience.
Commencing with the
Million Dollar View
at Banff in Canada.
A bit closer to some is
on the North Island.
One of my favourite Australian views.
Since 2005 we have lived much closer to…
…Geelong’s Corio Bay.
In no particular order…
…these are but a few of my sunrise images.
The cavernous spiral into and out of …
Nearly sunrise at
Some Blues from
Not a lot of Blue but just
had to include my
Superb Fairy Wren
in my blue post.
Small fractures in the earth’s crust
allows geothermal steam,
and if the fracture is larger,
volcanic lava to flow,
at regular or irregular times,
into the atmosphere.
Any future visit to Canada would…
…have to include a morning at…
…the Butchart Sunken Gardens…
…on Vancouver Island.