Tuesday-PC-Wk195-Transport

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transport

take or carry (people or goods) from one place
to another by means of a vehicle, aircraft, or ship.
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I guess bicycles do…

…transport rider from beginning to end.

Port Phillip Geelong-Melbourne Ferry.

 

 

Dubai railway.

Melbourne to Geelong train carriage.

The front end of the Rocky Mountaineer

transporting us back to Vancouver.

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RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-52-Castles

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Craigdarroch Castle…

…Victoria, Vancouver Island…

 

 

…Canada.

 

Some interior views.

Staircase.

 

 

Afternoon tea is served.

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Hot-Cold

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Although it did not…

…feel cold from the comfort of our coach,

it was snowing outside as we approached

Alberta’s, Columbia Icefields.

 

 

Nor did it feel cold while walking

on the Athabasca Glacier.

 

 

 

However, 63 miles inside the Arctic Circle

at Wiseman, Alaska, the sun was shining and

shirt sleeves were almost

the dress code of the day

 

Certainly the exact opposite of what we/I

expected weather conditions

that far north to be.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Hot-Cold

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FOWChallenge-Stairs

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stairs

a set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another,
typically inside the building
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Two different staircases.

The regular version inside Craigdarroch Castle

on Vancouver Island,

Canada.

And then stepless staircase inside The Vatican.

We were told that he public seldom see this staircase.

Not certain if true.

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RyanPhotography-WeeklyPC-49-Doors

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I may be stretching the terms

doors and doorways this week.

Still in Canada’s

Vancouver Island.

Still in the Butchart Gardens,

this first image is a doorway leads us to

the Japanese Garden.

 

The gateway between old and new

Chemainus (presumably).

 

Finally, a fair dinkum doorway

taken from our horse and carriage

ride around Victoria.

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