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Mostly Canadian ‘threes’ this week. I always think of the Maple Leaf asking

having three distinct sections.

Apologies to all Canadian followers

who may disagree.

This shot taken just prior to…

 three buglers playing

the Last Post at Menin Gate,

Ypres, Belgium.

Three flags at

Beaumont-Hamel War Memorial

on the Somme-Battlefields.

 

This day last year I was still on my way to France.

This caribou appears to have three main antlers

I’m not familiar with caribou and

I am really wondering if it is a caribou.

Google does not have any caribou images

which closely resemble this artistic creation.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Three

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These storm clouds…

had parts of Geelong three feet under water a few years ago.

 

Storm clouds brewing.

Finally, my favourite kind of storm.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Storm

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I have been on the receiving end of a dog

suddenly woken from its slumber.Now only done to dogs I know very well.

 


I would be more than circumspect in wakening

‘The King’ from his slumbers.


But there is no way on earth I would wake the man

who  drove all day minus a map, or GPS,

and had to drive us on further tomorrow,

from his slumber.

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Pic and Word Challenge: Slumber

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In Victoria’s Western District about an hour and a half drive from my home town is the southern end of Australia’s Great Dividing Range. 


This southern tip is known as The Grampians. 

Nestled in The Grampians is the small

township of Hall’s Gap.

Whether one look’s east, west, north or south,

views of Western Victoria’s

undulating Western Plains…

like this one,

are occluded by The Grampians.

Pic and Word Challenge: Occluded

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