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Floral Friday Challenge.

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Some of….

the Palace of Versailles…

gardens.

The back yard to be precise!

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Floral Friday

Floral Friday

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Patterns

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Patterns from anywhere.

King’s Cross Station, London. 

Platform four and three-quarters, I believe.

 

Foyer of our hotel in Naples.


A church wall in Nice.


From Nice, again.

Wall patterns in York.

Again from York.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Patterns

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THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-February-Words

 

 

It must be innate in the young of all species

to annoy their mother.

This protuberance high up on the wall

indicates a ‘Red Light’ area in Pompeii. 

 

his view of the Palace of Versailles

meets the rectangular criteria.

 

Can colours be interspersed

among each other?

 

These ‘vividly colourful’ decorations are

the best I could for fluorescent.

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Thursday’s Special: February-Words

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-X

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Letter-X

(Letter X anywhere in the word )

Mostly reposts….but…Texture of concrete.

A Juxtaposition of old a new methods of transport.

 

Some of the Extravagance on display

at Versailles Palace.

 

A couple out for a stroll along the sand near the

Twelve Apostles along Victoria’s

South West Coast line.

Both appear to be fairly tall…

perhaps above average height.

 

In this Context however,

they are tiny.

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Some images of…the Australian War Memorial at…

Villers–Bretonneux.

 

Behind the centre tower the Sir John Monash Centre…

was being constructed and may nearly be open now.

 

So peaceful and yet soaked with so much blood.

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Hope you enjoyed.

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Wordless Wednesday (create-with-joy.com)

Wordless Wednesday

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Corners

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First up we have two…

corner units for a bedroom or else where.

These pylons in Venice’s Grand Canal

are effectively street corners as

they mark the corners/intersection of waterways

in the same fashion as a street corner does.

Finally, VC Corner near Fromelles, in France.

Not sure why it was named VC  Corner.

No VCs (Victoria Crosses…the highest award for bravery

in the British/Australian Army)

as no VCs were awarded.

However I read that fighting was so fierce

that all soldiers fighting here should have been

awarded a Victoria Cross.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Corners

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