One-Word-Sunday-Six

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six

*  equivalent to the product of two and three;
  one more than five, or four less than ten; 6.
 
*  a group or unit of six people or things.

 

 

Six feet in this photo.

 

 

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Samples of Australia’s pre-decimal currency. 

The larger coins on the right are officially

known as ‘florins” which is Two Shillings. 

Colloquially they were knowns as Two Bob.

Smaller coins on the left are One ‘shilling’ coins. 

Known as ‘a bob‘ or a ‘deena’ (not sure of spelling).

I don’t know why.

In total those four coins equal 6 shillings

 

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Six

 

 

 

One-Word-Sunday-Autumn

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spring  / autumn

 

A bit late….forgot to post last week.

A spring in the air,  

Stanley Park,

Vancouver,

Canada

 

This time of year finding autumnal scenes

much easier Down Under.

 

 

Japanese Maple leaves

from last year.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Spring

 

 

 

 

FOWChallenge-Emotions

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emotions

a strong feeling deriving from one’s circumstances,
mood, or relationships with others.
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It was a happy birthday.

Affectionate.

Jumping for Joy.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:Emotions

Cee-BW-Challenge-Bigger-Than-A-Bread-Box

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Some of my entries larger than others,

but all bigger than bread box.~~~~~

Orca and Calf

Just in case seeing the calf was difficult in BW.

 

 

 

 

 

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I always thought this was a beer bottle.

However the words

flavoured beverage,

have me wondering.

Whatever the contents it would

take some drinking.

All the way across the Indian Ocean

to see a Giant Aardvark

in Botswana

 

A couple of hours northwest of Geelong

is the Giant Koala.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...Bigger-Than-A-Bread-Box

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Black_White

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Cees-MWMChallenge-February-Colour-Blue-Greens

 

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Glacier Blue

 

Some of out Blue gums

 

Surfboard blue

Sea green

Green fields…blue sky.

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Blue River with a tinge of green.

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Cee’s-MWMChallenge-February-Colour-Blue-Greens

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FOWChallenge-Swim

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swim

*  propel the body through water by using the limbs,
or (in the case of a fish or other aquatic animal) by
using fins, tail, or other bodily movement.
*  be immersed in or covered with liquid.

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It was difficult to tell which definition

Hippos were adhering to…

 

…if they were not actually swimming

they were certainly immersed in water.


These fish were a totally different story being

both immersed and swimming in,

their watery home in the lobby

of our Vancouver Island Hotel.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:…Swim