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Tourists in Geelong

Walking in Murano’s rain.

Buglers at Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium.

More visitors at

Menin Gate’s,

Last Post Ceremony.

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Some texture on trees.

Two images of eucalyptus tree trunks.

This family of trees are better known as

Gum Trees in Australia.

While there is texture visible in BW  

they look much better reflecting rays from a rising sun.

 

Taken this morning, Friday, this tree was found at Barwon Heads,

a coastal town where the Barwon River empties into Bass Strait.

It shows all the attributes of a coastal tree.  

Colour or BW….there is not a lot of difference.

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Cee’s

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Commencing with some

railway related shadows.

This shadow announcing the carriage Victorian made. 

 Some railway station seating.

These last two were taken around 10 AM

about two weeks ago along a small country road.

 

 The heavy fog of the day is more visible in the first photo.

Unfortunately they don’t look all that different in colour,

due to the shadows and fog.

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I always think of the words

relative and subjective

when considering this topic

An Agapanthus flower consists of

many smaller flowers creating one large bloom,

which in turn makes the bee look small.

Looking a little closer and the anthers

make the bee look huge, by comparison.

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Some of the most recent photos

I have taken…

are of some of the bulbs

currently flowering in our garden.

and, of course, our pink camellia.

 

Finally, this shot of Point Lonsdale Lighthouse,

taken on July 6, 2017 at 1742 hours

with a 30 second  exposure.

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Local photos this week.

Geelong’s foreshore are is one of the prettiest areas of Geelong.

MGW’s Grandfather used to maintain these lawns

and I am not sure how he did it.

Even now my knees creak at the thought

of walking these slopes.

However, once at the top, another five minutes

and one is in the heart of Geelong.

The other possibility for a walk is the Botanic Gardens…


with all it partially covered…

paths which provide a nice cool retreat on a warm day.

 Naturally, there are some places when

the weary legs can be rested.

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Cee’s

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My photos come from Arras this week.

The first two are, I think….

parking meters in Arras, France.

 

Looks like hiring a masquerade costume can start at 15 Euros.

A statue honouring L’Abbe Halluin,

funded by public donations.

Finally, the clock face of the Bell Tower clock.

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