Weekly Photo Challenge-Layered

 

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Layered

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The first thing which came to mind was…Black Forest Cake layers.

I wonder why?

When I found this mini haystack.

When I built haystacks we used to refer

to each layer as a row.

 

I now I posted this shot a day or so back.

However, a feature of our southern coastlines

are these sandstone cliffs and

their layers of soft rock, which…

has been known to give way without notice and

would give these tourists a ride better than

any roller coaster could provide.

 May be a one way ticket though.

Finally, ten years ago I/we built this garden bed in layers.

No. 2 Son, at the time called it a pyramid

and to this day it is thusly referred.

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Travel Theme-Steps

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My

Steps

 Travel Theme.

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Steps from all over this week.

Some Viennese steps.

 At St Paul de Vence near Nice.

 Even the Vatican had a healthy set of steps.

 

This area of coastline is near

The Twelve Apostles

and is known as

Gibson Steps.

My destination was the Apostles so this was

only to be a brief stop.

On the day I did not see the steps

but the size of the couple on the sand

left me in no doubt that I

would not be looking for them, that day.

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Where’s My Backpack: Steps

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THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-Vision

When I think of Vision…

Twelve months ago, I had been told that my

right eye would have its vision impaired

if radiated, or biopsied and the best thing to do

was remove it. 

The yellow pigment was initially diagnosed as

an A-typical melanoma.

After a regime of test during Autumn 2016 the diagnosis

was revised and in 2017 I still have vision in my right eye,

even though the look of it has not changed.

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Thursday’s Special: Vision

Weekly-Weather-Halos

Unfortunately this is the second time

I have re-posted this photo this week.

However, it is the only photo I have

which vaguely resembles the challenge requirements

of halo, sun dogs or light pillars

Captured along the Great Ocean Road

after fires had devastated the area

a few weeks prior.

It was a foggy morning which probably caused the halo.

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Weekly Weather: Halos-Sundogs-Light-Pillars


Weekly Weather

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Hot-Cold

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My contribution for this week’s

Hot-Cold

 

In winter of 2006…
I discovered this horizontal icicle which,

for a short period, of time stretched across

the gutter’s edge in the foreground.

Fast forward to January 4, 2013 and I am

driving along the Great ocean Road showing

my Canadian friends its beauty.

This is Lochard Gorge.

The bitumen in the car park was melting and

it was the only time I did not walk around

to a cave on the left of shot due to the heat.

Temperature around 44 degrees Celsius, or just over 110°F.

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