The last thing I expected to find atop
was a neatly cut a stacked wood heap….
A by-product of the lumberjack show I suspect.
Flags at the memorial to those killed in the…
by terrorists on the….
Promenade des Anglais, Nice, in 2016.
I was certain that these flags were flying outside
a United Nations, or UNESCO,
building in Brugge.
However, MGW’s dairy and Google both agree
that it is a concert hall.
Lake Wendouree in Ballarat.
Lake Wendouree was the location of
all rowing events for the
1956 Melbourne Olympic Games.
When we moved one thing I wanted
was somewhere to store my books.
The shelving was all too quickly filled with both…
paper and digital audio books.
Christmas is a time of year when plenty of paper is used.
A variety of building shots
from the Geelong region.
building if not earlier.
This probably does not it the dilapidated building
in the true sense of the word…
however, we were just glad it was not our place.
New owners, new broom,
no more old house.
I’m not certain what this building was…church, hall or house.
However, the pitch of the roof makes me think
it could be very old by our standards.
Bricks were first made in Australia five months
after convicts arrived and the first commercial bricks
were made at Norwood in South Australia in 1840
Back to roof pitch…
I have been told that many ‘snow countries‘ have
roofs similar to this to assist in snow run off.
Is this true?
Random shots mostly while
from the tip when father-in-law downsized.
I could have taken thousands of shots
of people holding iPads
during our European trip.
Waiting for the right moment.
Not sure where this was taken.
An iPhone, or similar,
at the Trevi Fountain
Finally, a selfie among the new trees last week.