Some of the newer street art in

Malop Street, Geelong.


I’m not sure what, if anything,

this is supposed to be or represent.

However, it was the first piece of

abstract art I noticed in Geelong.

No post about Geelong’s Street Art

would be complete without a sample

of the any Bollards scattered around

the Waterfront and Botanic Gardens.


My-Corner-of-the-World:  1811





Random rows this week.

Supermarket trolleys

Bollards in Melbourne to provide resistance

to wayward water vessel I think.

over the next few months we will see acres and acres

of cut hay raked into windrows waiting to cure and bale.


Wits End Weekly Prompt:  Rows

Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-17Wk-04_0123


Odd Ball

Week 04, 2017


While searching my photos for another post,

I came across this bollard cyclist…bollard_0005

setting the exercise example for all.

Bollards, similar to this are scattered all around Corio Bay.


Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-4







Travel Theme-Tangle




Travel Theme.


Various tangles…
vines_0001a tangle of vines, followed by…

nest_0004a tangle of branches in an old dead tree, followed by…

nest_0003a smaller tangle of branches forming an eagle’s nest.

mushroom_0198Finally, a few weeks ago, I discovered some

mushrooms pushing their way through

a tangle of nature strip (sidewalk) grass


Where’s My Backpack?: Travel Theme: Tangle




Travel Theme-Hats




Travel Theme.


I discovered hats on Geelong’s bollards this week
bollards_0016A bowler hat?

bollards_0003A bonnet.
bollards_0017Our life savers complete with reel and caps

bollards_0033A couple appear to have been in a brawl.

bollards_0041If you don’t like swimming…there is always the band…

bollards_4496and a beach would not be complete with out some bathing beauties.

Although they have not heard the message about wearing hats.


Where’s My Backpack?: Travel Theme: Hats



A Word a Week Photography Challenge ~ Face

Word of the Week Photo Challenge again appeared a challenge until I opened my eyes a little and looked around. Even when my eyes were ‘open’ there were times when I did not recognise a ‘face’.

My first contribution was taken when taking photographs for the Weekly Photo Challenge. 6_1531SOX It is difficult to tell if that is a contented expression or a tough “come and try to take your bed back” message for his canine opponents.

My second photo is of a face which quietly follows my every move each and every time I enter our bedroom. Known as Honey Bear, I think that if we are reincarnated, I want to come back as Honey Bear.



Finally, to fill in time, before an appointment, this morning I decided to play with my camera along Geelong’s foreshore. In among Geelong’s foreshore palms was a single bollard.

DSC_1497B3A good idea to take a photograph.

Test the lens. Play with the settings.

Upload to computer. Cropping. Colouring.

Whoa! What do I see? Another face looking back at me!

And this time it was not mine.


Although very late in the week I have to repost this image of Sita.

Sita was our “Tiger Walk” tiger at Dreamworld.