THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-Windows

Windows of Europe feature this week.

Blue windows in York.

Tower of London windows.

More blue windows in

Germany’s Rhineland district.

Brown in Brugge.

Attractive Windows in Arras.

  A window in St Jean Baptiste Cathedral,

also in Arras.

 

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Thursday’s Special: Windows

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letters-AP

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Beginning with Letters-AP

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Words beginning with Ap…

This gorilla is a member of the Ape family,

and also a member of the Melbourne Zoo family.

 

Fifty or sixty years ago these were known as ‘flats’.  

One or two bedrooms for small family or singles.

 

These days they are known as ‘units’.

Could they also be called apartments,

or are they too small?

 

Finally looking down the aperture, or trying to see it,

of my Nikkor 70-300 zoom lens.

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Travel Theme-Numerals

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My

Numerals

Travel Theme.

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Numerals are…the basis…

 of keeping any market going.

 

Whether dollars, euros,

or any other currency…

 

There is always a numeral before the item.

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Where’s My Backpack: Numerals

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-17Wk33-1308

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Odd Ball

Week 33, 2017

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Again a fog photo.

Two bollards usually have morning joggers,

fishermen and the occasional photographer

to keep them company.

Not so, that morning.

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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-Week-33

odd-ball

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Cee-BW-Challenge-New-Photos

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

New Photos

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Some of the most recent photos

I have taken…

are of some of the bulbs

currently flowering in our garden.

and, of course, our pink camellia.

 

Finally, this shot of Point Lonsdale Lighthouse,

taken on July 6, 2017 at 1742 hours

with a 30 second  exposure.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: New-Photos

Black-&-White-Banner

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Cemetery

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My contribution for

this week’s challenge

Cemetery

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I have been waiting to post this shot since

arriving home from France.

American bloggers may recognise this as the USA

Medal of Honor.

This cross, over

William Bradford Turner’s grave,

caught my eye in the only

American cemetery we visited.

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