Cee’s-FFChallenge-Cycles

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Bicycles in

Lille,

France.

Competitors in the

Cadell Evans

Great Ocean Road Classic

which starts and ends

in Geelong.

Amsterdam.

The corner opposite the…

…Amsterdam Railway Station

at peak hour.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam

 

An Indian motorbike.

One-Word-Sunday-Fruit

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Fruit.

One of the crop from our first peach tree harvest

All sorts of fruit…

…at the Arras (France)

Saturday market.

Oranges packed for sale

in Melbourne.

Home  grown lemons and…

 

…and our first crop of cherries..

…from our miniature cherry tree.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:  Fruit

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Geelong Coffee Shop.

Hotel Langham Melbourne.

Pre Dawn, Geelong.

 

 

Auckland (NZ) Airport lights

 

 

Chinese Lanterns,

Auckland Airport,

New Zealand.

 

 

Cafe LIghts,

Arras, France.

Dubai Creek

Dinner Cruise

 

Geelong Boat Lights

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Cee’s Black & White Challeng:   Lighting

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We often hear of time machines which

are designed to transport us back

or forward in time. 

These machines only exist in our minds,

novels and movies such as the

Back to the Future series.

Yet all round are…

…time measuring machines

Big ones on Bell Towers…

…much smaller versions to hag on a kitchen wall…

…and finally, Melbourne’s famous landmark

The Flinders Street Station clocks.

Let’s meet under the clocks

was an oft used phrase of

Melbournians and visitors alike.

A few decades ago the analogue clock faces

were going to be replaced by their digital cousins.

This caused much discontent in Melbourne

that a compromise was reached.

These analog faces are now digitally powered.

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Elephant’s ear.

 

A copy of Statue of David

Sun bakers.

 

 

Our guide calls this the w/hole of Africa.   🙂

 

 

Red Rump Parrot.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Backs

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Until 2005 I lived among 

South Western Victoria’s

volcanic lava flows.

…where stone fences were not at all unusual.

Nor were buildings of stone held

together with a mud mortar.

Not being a fan of sandy beaches…

…I found it difficult to see what the attraction was

to this stony beach at

Nice,

on the

French Riviera.

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While in Arras (France) in 2017…

…I happened across its Saturday market.

I’m not sure if all products for sale could be

declared as farmers produce…

…so therefore not certain…

 

…if it was a Farmer’s Market.

 

However, it is…

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the only market which I have photos of and… 

 

  …therefore, the only market which

 comes close to fitting this challenge.

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:   Farmers-Markets

Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk240-Line

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line

a long, narrow mark or band.

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When I think of a line it is

usually a straight line…

…as at the Heath Cemetery on France’s WW I,

Western Front Battlefields.

However this depiction of the Hindenburg Line

is anything but straight.

As is this Le Hamel trench.

Some lines have long sweeping bends in them.

Even the Australian Memorial

at Le Hamel has a bend in it.

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