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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Wood

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A variety of wooden objects this week.A planet public box, now filled with plants.

Trees destined to be removed were left for an artist…

to create some ANZAC pieces of sculpture.

Definitely not made of wood,

but it does explain the next two photos.

 

The panelling is all Australian wood as are the carvings…

at the top of each column.

I had heard of this school prior to visiting.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Wood

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Hands, Feet

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Signs of Arras.It’s a Chemist in Australia.

And based solely on television and movies

a Drug Store in the Americas.

And as the French put it….a Pharmacy elsewhere.

Please correct me if I am wrong.

Self explanatory????

A place to grab an outfit for the Masked Ball.

 

Not sure what the Hearts of Arras is.

Maybe someone can offer an explanation.

 

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This is my favourite.

It looks much better in colour.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Signs

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Hands, Feet

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Hands and feet of… 

 Europe this week.

More feet…

and then some hands.

Some sun baking legs and feet.

 More sun baking feet.

These hands, belong…

to these feet.

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Pairs

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My focus is on pairs this week.

A pair of plaques at Lochnagar Crater

at La Boisselle, near Albert,

on the Somme, France.


The Australian and French flags at Bullecourt.

 

 Memorial plaques near Bullecourt

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Lights

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My First full day in Arras was spent

stretching my legs around the city

and seeking a few sites to photograph.

These lights I found in St Germain’s Restaurant

in La Grand Place.

After seeing some postcards of Le Beffroi d’Arras, or

the Arras Bell Tower at night, it was high on my list.

 

I  thought I would look a bit of a dill wandering around

at 10 PM waiting for the Tower to light up.

However, many of those who were enjoying

a convivial evening in La Place des Heros

also took the opportunity to capture the sight

with whatever device they possessed.

Colour version in my Wordless Wednesday post

tomorrow.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Lights

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Buildings

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My buildings mostly come from York…
with the exception of the first.

The Kings Cross Station Roof in London,

which looks much better in colour.

All the other images are…. buildings in York.

Dated 1489

Probably a little newer than 1489.

 Not sure what the building is but included this

because of the Captain James Cook ferry

on the River Ouse.

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