FOWChallenge-Bubble

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I may e stretching the meaning of the word

but I think this fountain was bubbling.

Little sister was enjoying toe cool water

while big sister being possibly a first born

was worried about what Mum might say

when she noticed.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Bubble

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A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Urban

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Starting with Melbourne urban sights.

I’m not sure if this service is still operating.

Next week’s fashion?

 

 

We had an enjoyable carriage ride in

Victoria, British Columbia, last year.

It’s probably about time to check out Melbourne

with a one horsepower drive.

An ice rink in the country is unheard of.

I was surprised to see this open air rink

in Melbourne a few years ago.

Heads deliberately removed because

most skaters were youngsters

I always associate buskers…

 

with urban life.

Couldn’t help take this one.

Big sister was horrified.

Little sister was cooling.

Mum was busy talking to a friend

and did not see any of this!

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Urban

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FOWChallenge-Common

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Legs and feet…

…something common…

…to many of earth’s creatures.

 

 Something else common…

 

…is the fact that…

 

…some legs and feet…

…are more pleasing to the eye than others.

 

Another commonality…

 

…is that legs and feet can reflect the size…

 

…of the body being supported.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:   Common

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FOWChallenge-Skimp

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skimp

expend or use less time, money, or material on something
than is necessary in an attempt to economize.
“don’t skimp on insurance when you book your holidays”
a fashionably short or revealing garment.
“she wore a yellow skimp”

Not many years ago this hemline…

…would have shocked everyone.

Now it is rather conservative.

The bikini clad sun lovers are borderline skimpy

by today’s standards.

As I don’t shoot many people in skimpy attire,

I  had too search photos like this to find…

to find any skimpy or not so skimpy clad

beach goers at Sydney’s Manly Beach.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:   Skimp

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Lens-Artist-PC-Curves

 

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Curves from all over…

Curved seating at Manly, a Sydney suburb.


A curve in the track allowed us to capture images

of the front…


and rear of the Rocky Mountaineer

during our journey back to Vancouver.


Geelong’s Eastern Beach.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti: Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya: Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy: Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina: Curves

 

Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk154_Limbs

Toy
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My first thoughts were of regular limbs such as…

sun baking legs, and…

performing arms.

Then today we visited two of

New Zealand’s Waitomo Caves and I

could not help but think these

stalactites and stalagmites

looked a bit like limbs stretching out

to greet each other

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Pic and Word Challenge: Limbs

Wits-End-PC-Windows-in-Windows

 

Decided to stick to Church windows

this week.

Saint Matthew’s Church,

Manly, Sydney.

Saint John the Baptist Church,

Arras, France.

Wesley Church in Fremantle…

Western Australia.

Finally, it maybe a stretch to call this a windows, 

however, it can be found in

Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Immaculée

(Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception),

also known as Saint Nicholas Cathedral and also

contains the tombs of

Princess Grace and Prince Rainier

of Monaco.

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Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows-in-Windows