Cee-BW-Challenge-Indoor-Walkways-Hallways-Elevators

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I have added an escalator into

this week’s BW challenge

Escalator inside Dubai’s

Burj Al Arab.

Inside the Burj Al Arab elevator.

Included a colour version just to show the difference.

An undercover walk at Mount Sheba


Finally, our accommodation in Vienna

was at the Imperial Riding School…


…where there were some long straight walks to our rooms.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Indoor-Walkways-Hallways-Elevators

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A few years ago while out on a photography drive

I came across the small town of

Corindhap and its Avenue of Honour.

Woman and Child

 

Cavalry Officer

Pilot, Lancaster Bomber

Woman’s face

‘Digger’ (Australian Soldier)

Digger’s face

Cypress and Radiata Pines were planted

after World War I to create the

Corindhap Avenue of Honour.

Upon their demise they were

re purposed and the Avenue lives on

in the form of street art.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Tree-Art

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Commencing with a Geelong side…

…the morning sun reflecting off the side

of this cargo vessel in Corio Bay.

Then a jump all the way over to

the Tower of London.

Sort of sides outside Buckingham Palace.

 

Big Ben has four sides/faces.

However, I  liked this view with

Winston Churchill in the foreground.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Side-of-Things

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Found-on-Farms

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I spent of my working life working with…

…sheep on our sheep farm.

A good sheep dog was invaluable and

a great companion on many long days

alone in the wool shed

or ploughing paddocks.

Cattle were also part of the family farm

until the 1983 drought.

It was decided that it was much easier

to keep sheep alive than it was to

feed cattle during drought conditions.

 

Even though I am not a ‘cat’ person,

cats were/are also an invaluable part

of any farm as hay stacks attract

both rodents and reptiles.

Cats helped limit rodents especially

and would not back away from snakes either.

More and more farms are being turned into

huge power generation sites over

the past decade or so.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Found-on-Farms

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Cee-BW-Challenge-1-2-or-3-Wheels

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A two wheel drill/seeder

converted to a picnic table.

More than one wheel in a ferris wheel,

but only one we really see.

I think this is only a three wheel plough.

Thee wheels on the

Promenade des Anglais

Nice, France

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  1-2-or-3-Wheels

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Walkers at Geelong’s

Eastern Beach Precinct, 

Market at Pisa, Italy

Nice Beach, France

Promenade des Anglais

Nice, France

Promenade des Anglais

Nice, France

Nice Beach, France

 

A tender moment at Canada’s

Port of Vancouver.  

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Candid-Photography

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Signs which are

self explanatory,

I hope.

I don’t remember taking this shot

and have never before, or since,

laid eyes on this bus.

However, according to my filing system

it was taken in Melbourne.

This was about as far as a DSLR camera could go. 

Pocket size cameras and phones

were okay, I believe.

A Tea Room on the

Western Front Battlefields

of France.

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Self explanatory? 

All day we were hearing about Whistler

and all day I was thinking

‘…I’ve heard that name before…’   

However, only made the connection upon arrival. 

Fun fact.

  We were told that recent summer sports had

overtaken, economically, winter sports

on/at Whistler.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:   Signs

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