One-Word-Sunday-Reverse

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reverse

move backwards.
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The sign on our V/Line Carriage

windows…

…proudly announcing that the carriage

was made in Victoria.

 

Inside looking out and

the sign is reversed…

 

Bridge of Sighs,…that is until the sun shines 

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Reverse

 

 

 

 

One-Word-Sunday-Bridge

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bridge

a structure carrying a road, path, railway, etc.
across a river, road, or other obstacle.
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Auckland Harbour Bridge,

New Zealand.

 

 

Tower Bridge,

London,

United Kingdom 

 

Bridge of Sighs,

Venice

Italy

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge,

Australia.

 

 

 

West Gate Bridge,

Melbourne,

Australia.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Bridge

 

 

 

 

Cee’s-FFChallenge-Bridges

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My favourite New Zealand bridge image.

 

Sailing under Melbourne’s

West Gate Bridge

on a trial

Geelong-Melbourne Ferry

run

Auckland Harbour Bridge

at sunset.

Misery Creek Bridge.

The Bridge of Sighs was the only bridge

that I wanted to get close to when in Italy.

This was the best I could do.

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WeeklyPrompts-PC-Bridge

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Bridges from all over…

Probably Australia’s best known bridge.

Auckland Harbour Bridge, New Zealand.

 

A small rural bridge in

New Zealand’s North Island.

Arriving by ferry in Melbourne…

…and cruising under

Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge.

 

 

A footbridge in Geelong’s

Balyang Sanctuary.

 

A one lane bridge in Botswana’s

Okavango Delta.

 

Finally a bridge from my primary years of schooling.

Whoever said some of the old methods

of teaching are wrong is incorrect.

 Or maybe I am getting older and cannot remember

what I had for breakfast, but can remember incidents

and conversations which occurred nearly 60 years ago,

as if it were yesterday.  🙂

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:  Bridge