An example of a mammal is the Koala.
Burnt stubble in late summer.
A paddleboard on Lake Lucerne
Paddling Lake Lucerne.
One bloke, four girls and guess who
is doing the work?
Maybe he’s just the ballast!
Paddling at the beach
An old stern-wheel paddle
Gibson Steps Beach
Perhaps not quite a Sculpture again this week,
but interesting just the same.
A stone from Mt Emei in China sits
on top of Switzerland’s Mt Rigi…
…signifying the formation of a sister relationship
between the two mountains in 2009…
….located in China’s Sichuan Province and
Switzerland’s Cantons of Schwyz and Lucerne.
The stone exchange is a strong symbol designed
to strengthen the partnership between
Mt. Rigi and Mt. Emei.
Bridge over Rocky Mountaineer
A new bridge in Botswana’s
a pedestrian bridge over the Salzach River
The Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge) over Lucerne’s
Reuss River, Switzerland.
A disused Railway Bridge near Skagway, Alaska.
I happened to spot this harpist
setting up in Brugge.
What appeared to be tourists
were being lead her way.
Five minutes later not a sign of her.
Must be the shortest practice/busking
I know I posted this image last week,
however, looking at again I could not help
but wonder if this bloke could practice
his pick up technique a bit more?
Even Lucerne’s famous Chapel Bridge,
which crosses the Reuss River is an ideal place
to hone one’s skills and perhaps glean
a few tourist dollars/euros in the process.
A Bourke Street, Melbourne, busker
What a way to practice one’s
Twister skills and…