Cee’s-FFChallenge-Stacks-or-Blocks

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Stone stacks, made by tourists,

along the Great Ocean Road.

 

Mugs stacked in rows at

The Green Dragon Inn,

Hobbit Movie Set

New Zealand.

The Watchman

by Alexandre Sosnowsky aka Sacha Sosno

Ever since I photographed this art

I have called it

Blockhead,

Street Art at St Paul de Vence,

in France.

Research today tells me otherwise.

So no blocks this week.   🙂

Similar to haystacks which for many decades

I carefully built each year only to commence

pulling them down within a few weeks.

These bales do resemble building blocks, don’t they?

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SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Ochre-1210

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Maple leaf…perhaps.

 

Ginko Trees by Corio Bay.

 

Ochre Coloured sand…

 

…near Gibson Steps on the

Great Ocean Road

 

 

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTO:….Ochre

 

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Unbreakable

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unbreakable

not liable to break or able to be broken easily.

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I always thought the Twelve Apostles

to be unbreakable until

London Bridge

collapsed in the 1990s. In July 2005 the Apostle that now is a pile of stone

on the right (in water) also collapsed.

Experts said, at the time, that

the Apostles would reappear.

My thinking is that it won’t be overnight 🙂

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Lens-Artist-PC-104-Summer

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Last summer was a bad summer

for fires in Australia.

However, there is rarely a summer when

we don’t have scenes like this

by fires somewhere in our dry land.

 

January 4th, 2013.

Loch Ard Gorge was the end of our

Great Ocean Road drive

with some Canadian friends.

At around 44/111 degrees C/F

the car park was literally

melting under our feet.

Manly Beach in early December/Summer.

Travel through rural areas in late summer

and you are more than likely to see

this scene repeated regularly.

Cropping stubble has been burned

to facilitate easier sewing to winter crops.

Strangely I thought this practise had died out

in favour of direct drilling and leaving

the stubble to help protect the soil

from wind or water erosion.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:   Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:    Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:   Summer

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:    Surprise

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Cove

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cove

a small sheltered bay.

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Possibly…

…the most famous cove in Australia…

 

…Loch Ard Gorge near the western,

or Warrnambool, end of

The Great Ocean Road.

The only two survivors of the wrecked Loch Ard

were washed into the Gorge

on the stormy night the Loch Ard ran aground.

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Lens-Artist-PC-100-Long-Winding-Road

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This would be nearly as long a piece

of straight road as you would find in

the Great Ocean Road area.

 

 

Even on a quiet day it only takes one

overly cautious driver to have traffic

bumper to bumper.

 

Along winding walk down into the Ruakuri Cave

at Waitomo Glow Worm Caves

New Zealand.

 

And there is only one entry/exit,

so another long winding walk

up to ground level.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:   Long-Winding-Road

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:    Long-Winding-Road

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:   Long-Winding-Road

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:    Long-Winding-Road

Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk220-Shoreline

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shoreline

the line along which a large body of water
meets the land.

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Gibson Steps shoreline, and…

…The Twelve Apostles shoreline, along

The Great Ocean Road.

Warrnambool Beach

South Western Victoria.

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Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk220 – Shoreline

Cee’s-FF-Challenge-Vanishing-Point

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A range of images to

suit the challenge.

Belgium

Australia

 

New Zealand

Known as

Gibson Steps,

near

The Twelve Apostles

along the

Great Ocean Road.

 

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