was as well-balanced as
the Schonbrunn Gardens are.
I did not know that I had photos of seals
until I enlarged this photo.
said we were due for another cold, possibly frosty, Thursday morning.
I decided to use this image of lumberjacks
scaling poles on Vancouver’s,
For the record, the climber on the left
won the contest by the proverbial ‘country mile’.
He as completed his descent while his rival
has just made to the top.
In my youth I always thought that a ‘Sale’ sign
meant all items were selling at reduced prices
I cannot remember where I saw this plate of goodies,
but there is every chance it was on a holiday,
or special occasion,
and we did pay through the nose for the privilege.
But the plate of goodies was for sale…at a price!
We did not put our hands in our pockets for this gondola ride.
At least not on the day.
However, I think it would be a safe bet to say
the gondoliers received payment for services
from Trafalgar Tours.
Monies which we paid Trafalgar.
I call this the sail…different spelling though.
What the Burj Al Arab had for sale was High Tea.
A three-hour experience which,
while not as affordable as a daily coffee,
was well worth every cent of its selling price.
That three hours did not include time spent
purchasing new clothes befitting
the occasion and the venue.
Even my photos are for sale…at a price.
However, I don’t think I will ever be known for my photos.
I participated in an Arts Trail weekend in March
and displayed some photos in previous art shows.
I discovered that having a piece of art for sale
and having it sold are poles apart.
They were taken in a Sanctuary in Africa which is
guarded twenty-four hours a day,
365 days each year.
Signs of poaching a dealt with on a
‘shoot first ask questions later‘ basis.