Sunday-Stills-Violet-Views

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According to Google I may have some

violet coloured images in

this week’s post

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At last….not a flower.

This is the ceiling of

KIng’s Cross Station

in London.

Nearby is Platform 9 3/4.

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Sunday-Stills-Views-in-Violet

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Cees-MWMChallenge-April-Light-Neon-Green

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Unknown flower from

Taupo Gardens

New Zealand

Bruges bikes

Murano,

Italy

Very much closer to home.

Victoria,

Vancouver Island

Canada

 


From the Butterfly Gardens

Vancouver Island (BC)

Canada

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Cee’s-MWMChallenge-April-Light-Neon-Green

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FOWChallenge-Coach

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coach

a wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power

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Brugges,

Belgium

 

Melbourne,

Australia.

 

Victoria,

Vancouver Island

Canada

 

Anyone who has gone on an organised tour which involves

transport by what many regularly refer to as a’bus’

soon learns the correct terminology for a tour bus,

is coach.

 

Courtesy of Coach Cam we can ride along with Diana 

on her wedding day.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:..Coach

 

Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk270-Geometry

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geometry 

the branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points,
lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogues

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Geometry at work on the walls of the

National Gallery of Victoria

in Melbourne.

 



Geometry in a Beaune,

Wine Cellar

France.

 

 

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Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk269-Geometry

 

 

Cee-BW-Challenge-In-Flight

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Wedge Tail Eagle

Seagull

 

Black Shouldered Kite

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Pelican Fly-By at

Point Nepean Commemoration

of Firing the First Shot

of World War I.

 Hot Air Balloon flight over Melbourne

Sea Plane

British Airways departing Heathrow

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...In-Flight

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Black_White

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Cee’s-FFChallenge-Hole-Or-Whole

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When this elephant wandered past us our guide said,

There goes the whole of Africa.

Knowing our guide he would have

had a twinkle in his eye, as we did,

not knowing whether he had

said Hole or Whole

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However there was no discussion about spelling

we when arrived at Lochnagar Crater, some

21 Km from Villers Bretonneux.

A hole in the ground it was.

Created by detonating 27 tons of explosive

under the German army’s frontline.

The explosion created a crater

330 feet (100.5 metres) across

and 70 ft (21 metres) deep.

For comparison a Jumbo jet

measures 63 metres in length

with a wing span of 60 metres

and a height of 19.4 metres (63 ft 6 in)

meaning it would easily fit in the crater.

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