One-Word-Sunday-Ponder

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ponder

think about (something) carefully,
especially before making a decision
or reaching a conclusion.
 
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Pondering the value of tree farming.

 

A quiet moment in Vancouver.

 

 

What else to see in London.

 

How many faces are pondering,

how lucky he/she is.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Ponder

 

 

 

 

One-Word-Sunday-Point

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point

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Whether one is in

Victoria’s

Western District…

 

…Hobbiton

New Zealand…

…visiting the

Tower of London…

 

…or exploring Old York,

there is always a signpost

to point you to your

next destination.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Point

 

 

 

 

 

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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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

 

Cee’s-FFChallenge-Animal-Carvings-Statues

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Knight to King three

Melbourne Zoo

Tower of London.

 

A Roman eagle.

Aardvark,

Botswana.

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From Vancouver’s Grouse Mountain  …

…owls, and…

…and an eagle.

 

A Geelong floor covering shop window

during football finals.

Kwa Nokeng Lodge,

Botswana

This image has been tagged as a

Moorabool Valley (Geelong) tags.

Personally I think it belongs with

New Zealand images

Statue of a Tusker at

Letaba Rest Camp,

home to the

Elephant Museum,

in Kruger National Park.

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FriendlyFriday21-2901-Special-Treats

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Visual treats

Visiting Notre de Dame de Paris was a real treat…

…made all the more special after the Cathedral…

…was ravaged by fire with 12 months.

I guess I have seen the Eiffel Tower…

…lit up in movies, however seeing it

in person was fantastic.

The Moulin Rouge was also a

must see in Paris.

I doubt that even in my younger days

would I have gone fishing

in the vicinity of white water…

 

…let alone the white water of Victoria Falls.

An optional helicopter flight over Victoria Falls…

 …to view the effect the rushing waters of

the Zambezi River has had on the landscape

leaving previous falls sites high and dry.

A goodbye London special treat was

a ride on the London Eye.

 

Well worth the time for some nice views of London…

…after dark.

Finally…

…after hearing my Father speak of Menin Gate

from time to time, I was pleased to find

a tour group that included a visit

to Menin Gate in its

Western Front itinerary.

 

So it was that in early June of 2017,

before a relatively small crowd, I was

part of the ceremony that commemorates

the Great War each and every night.

Three local buglers performed the last post

in a simple but moving ceremony at Ypres’

Menin Gate, in Belgium

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FriendlyFriday:...Special-Treats

Amanda                       Sandi

SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Night-Lights

 

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Seasonal lights

Chandelier in the foyeur of the

Hotel Grand,

Naples, Italy.

A restaurant near the London Eye

Paris Street lights

Geelong’s pre-dawn lights on Corio Bay.

 

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS:...Night-Lights

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Warning

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warning

a statement or event that warns of something
or that serves as a cautionary example.
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The cable ferry over the Daintree River.

No mention of the crocodile infested water

we were crossing.

With such a short crossing one wonders

why anyone would contemplate

leaving their vehicle

 



I thought an unusual sign on a path.

 


Khama Rhino Sanctuary,

Botswana.

I would have thought 50 metres too close.

However, anecdotal evidence tells of

silly tourists and wild animals.

 

 

It’s a wonder hubby was wanted

after daycare at London’s Flyinghorse

When eucalypts grow to to the road’s edge

these signs warn us of Koalas.

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Cee’s-FFChallenge-Bridges-2

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Bridge over Rocky Mountaineer

A new bridge in Botswana’s

Okavango Delta

 

Makartsteg Bridge,

a pedestrian bridge over the Salzach River

in Salzburg,

Austria

The Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge) over Lucerne’s

Reuss River, Switzerland.

Tower Bridge,

London.

A disused Railway Bridge near Skagway, Alaska.

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WeeklyPrompts-PC-Bus-Riding

My first encounter with a public transport bus,

was at the ripe old age of 25 in London.

I purchased a 15-day bus pass to move around the U.K.

With my bus pass in hand I hopped aboard

the first bus that came along.

Yes, it was a red double decker bus.

How many of my readers saw or remember

the English TV show,

On the Buses’?   

Very briefly for those who have not seen the show.

It is about an English bus driver who always seems

to be upsetting/crossing the conductor,

who, in turn, readily points out in no uncertain

terms the driver’s indiscretions.

So here is a weary Woolly sitting in the middle

of the back row on top of red DD bus.

Conductor approaches for ticket,

takes one look at my pass and then proceeds

to deliver a tirade during which he points

out that I was on a RED Bus with a GREEN Bus pass.

My mind raced quickly to many similar scenes

from On the Buses and I spent that five minutes or so,

desperately not trying to burst out laughing.

 

 

 

In fact I have spent far more time aboard

holiday coaches where it seems almost

nothing is out of bounds.

Dancing, playing card, singing,

watching movies and sleeping.

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Bus-Riding

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