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ragged

having an irregular or uneven
surface, edge, or outline.
 
 
 

Portions of the rock formation

that forms…

 

…Point Roadknight at Angelsea.

All we need is a ragged rascal or two

to complete the picture  😉

 

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rocky

 

In the distance is…

…Point Roadknight.

 

 

Part of The Grampians which in turn

is at the southern end of Australia’s

Great Dividing Range.

 

About 20 minutes out of Geelong

is a rock formation known as Dog Rocks.

Being isolated from ambient lighting it is

an ideal place for night photography….so I’m told   🙂

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vanishing point

the point at which receding parallel lines
viewed in perspective appear to converge.

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Railroad near

Geelong

 

 

 

Inland from Geelong

 

Point Roadknight,

Anglesea

Victoria

 

 

Cairns

Far North Queensland

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The Anglesea River at Anglesea, Victoria.

Just before it empties into

Bass Strait.

 

 

Tropical waterfall near Cairns

in Far North Queensland

 

It was the dry season…

 

…so not as much water…

…however still a spectacular sight…

…from land or air at

Victoria Falls,

Zimbabwe,

Africa.

 

Hopkins Falls,

Hopkins River,

Warrnambool,

Victoria.

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Thunder Point,

Warrnambool

 

Saint Kilda Pier,

Melbourne

Point Roadknight,

Anglesea.

Corio Bay,

Geelong.

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In June 2018 was the first time I had ever

set foot on American soil and that

soil was all located in Alaska.

Creek Street or the Red Light District

in Ketchikan was our first walk on American soil.

A surprising sign to see in Alaska.

The owner told us he spent half his time in Alaska

and the other half in Australian mining opals.

Unfortunately, today, Google tells me they are

not genuine Aussie Opals,

but created in a laboratory.

Believe who you will!

MGW was determined to have a ride in a husky drawn sled.

Mendenhall Glacier was our first pre-booked excursion for said ride.

What was not stated was that there were also husky puppies on site.

As our rife back into Juneau was held up at the airport

and said bundles of fur were brought out for a loving cuddle

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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A definition of bench is a seat upon which

two or more people may sit.

So two out-door benches…

which meet that definition.

 

This photo is of a very different ‘bench’…

and this, a view from that bench.

The 2016 census put the population of Steiglitz at 53.

In the 1860s-1890s the gold rush population

was over 1,000 and was probably the reason

for the construction of the Court House.

Finally, a work  bench I made a few weeks ago.

It was made to take the pressure off my back and knees.

  And I think it fits my definition…

two or more people could sit upon it. 🙂

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Black and White Tuesday

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We drove to Anglesea to visit a nursery last week and returned via a different road…along which we discovered this…

shed…shop…museum?

The road was narrow and busy enough

for a country back road,

so we only paused long enough

to take a photo.

 I think the sign says it all.

It would have suited Cee’s Trucks BW

had I remembered.

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Hope you enjoyed.

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