Misty…the first of or rescue cats


Soxie…the last of our farm pets.

Maggie…our second farm labrador.

Maggie…and number 2 Son.




At the beginning of a 14 year relationship…Brandy ‘n’ me    🙂


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:....Pets-Stuffed-Animals








My overactive imagination still sees several faces

and profiles in this burning gas.

Peeling Paint Faces

While staring at this one the eyes appear to open

and the mouth grimaced

Seems like I need a nap!    🙂


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:....Faces-in-Things








Driftwood seating at the beach.


Concrete outdoor seating at


Paronella Park

Back in April we visited

a Geelong Mcdonalds

for the first time in ages.

The store had a makeover

during our time away. 

The black and white stripes

looked really good.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:....Seating







Beach Walk


A Forest Road


The Tower appeared much closer than it was at the Australian War Memorial at Villers Bretonneux.

Upon arriving at the Tower there was approximately

120 steps to the top to capture

this magnificent view.


After an hour or so in a train a walk along

Melbourne’s Saint Kilda Pier

was just what the doctor ordered.


Neither a walk or hike.

Just letting Dubai’s,

Burj Al Arab’s escalator

do its thing.

Unfortunately we did need to walk up

the Vatican City’s

Spiral Stepless Staircase.

The Grand Staircase at


Paronella Park

Paronella Park provided a

Rest and Recreation destination

for many allied soldiers fighting

in the Pacific.


This walk may no longer be available.

It as a very special Tiger Walk (with Sita)

at Queensland’s Dreamworld

before the Park opened each day.

MGW (second from right), No. 2 Son (left).

The other three in image

(one directly in front of No. 2 Son)

were Dreamworld staff.

We were all thinking what a wonderfully

quiet animal Sita was until we arrived

back at Tiger Island.

As we walked through the gate

Sita and an antagonist spotted each other.

Although 70-80 metres apart,

we were snapped out of our reverie,

as they both roared at each other in a way

that left us in no doubt that we had been

in very close proximity to a wild animal

for the past hour.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge:....Walk-or-Hike