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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Burj Khalifa…the largest/tallest building

I have ever been in.

An elephant’s ear…rather larger

than any other ear, I have seen.

However, those ears look right at home

on their owner.

 


Californian Redwood in Geelong Gardens

A Giant Baobab Tree on

Lekhubu Island, Botswana.

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge:…Large-Subjects

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Shadows

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I know I have posted this image many times

and also because only the church remains, now.

It appears that a car yard is

being built around the church.

It still remains one of favourites.

Today I have included this shot of the of the roof,

and only just noticed (at 2330) the blue sky.

 

Baobab Tree, in Botswana.

Kalahari Scrub Robin, in Botswana,

at Lekhubu Island.

Finally, a shadow at Gibson Steps,

near The Twelve Apostles.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:   Shadows

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Mirror-Image-Reflection

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Although Cee is still on a break

I decided to post a BW this week anyway.

Baobabs don’t grow near water…at least

not the baobabs I have photographed.

However, Photoshop does not know this fun fact.

A bona fide reflection from August 2017.

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge: Mirror-Images-Reflections

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Weekly Photo Challenge-Endurance

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Endurance

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The second day of our Botswana Safari saw us enduring a long drive over salt pans…

saltpans_0507where only a few wildlife specimens were sighted.

We arrived, late in the day, in time to set up camp before dark.

lekhubu island saltpans_0609LeKhubu Island is a rocky outcrop surrounded by salt pans, and…

sunset-khubu_0776covered by small to huge boab trees which have endured for hundreds of years.

lekhubu-sunrise_0856And produced beautiful backdrops for countless sunsets and sunrises.

The two trees featured in my sunset photo are small by comparison

to the largest tree on the island

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