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Circular light shade.

Canada’s

Rocky Mountaineer train

Curved outdoor seating

Manly

Sydney

Just made for this challenge.

Swirls, curves and circles form

this outdoor seat in rural Victoria.

 

Circular plant holder.

 

This ibis has nice curves along its beak and back

Circular Barrel ends.

 

Curves…

Curves…

…and still more curves form Rome’s Colosseum.

Finally, at Geelong’s Eastern Beach,

there is a curve in the water’s edge

which leads to corresponding curves

in the walking path and the tree line.

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A nice long curve in the

Rocky Mountaineer

as it rounds the bend.

Public seating in Melbourne’s

Burke Street Mall

 

A small town about an hour from Geelong

has this smallish curved seat in

some mid-town parkland.

 

Steel curves make the fence

look more attractive.

 

Carpet curves and swirls

 

This curve..usually called an arch.

 

Curves in this piece of garden art

 

Curves in our Golden Robinia leaves

and raindrops.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Curves

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Curves

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Anne:…Curves

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window

an opening in the wall or roof of a building or vehicle,
fitted with glass in a frame to admit light or air
and allow people to see out.

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A window doorway.

Whatever you call it Maggie approved.

 

The view from

Gods Window

over the

Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve

South Africa

This window just had to be photographed.

It is the view out Buckland’s BnB, about a five-minute drive

from the Hobbit Movie Set near Matamata,

New Zealand

When booking our Rocky Mountaineer options…

…we decided to pay the extra for the Gold Leaf experience…

…as carriages with windows in the roof were

all that we had ever seen advertised.

 

The less expensive, Silver Leaf Carriages have a restricted view…

…with windows only in the sides of the carriage

and meals are eaten in your seat.

Gold Leaf guests have a downstairs dining room.

The above image shows one Gold Leaf Carriage

on the extreme right.

The lower row of windows is in the dining area.

The front 5 or 6 cars are Silver Leaf Carriages.

 

York

England

Coffee shop

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travel

 

On Canada’s famous Rocky Montaineer…

 

 

…we travelled from Lake Louise…

 

…to Vancouver…

 

 

…over the Canadian Rocky Mountains…

 

 

…with an overnight…

 

 

 

  

…stop in Kamloops.

 

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below


Bridge over Swan River

Western Australia

 

 

Under on the Rocky Mountaineer.

 

The only time I have been below

Melbourne’s 

West Gate Bridge

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Below

 

 

 

 

One-Word-Sunday-Counting

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count

determine the total number of
(a collection of items).
 
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Counting luggage saves counting passengers. 

Or does it?

 

 

Staff still counted passengers…

 

…an ensured we did not get wet.

 

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Count

 

 

 

 

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The

Million Dollar View

at

Banff, Canada.

 

 

 


A view from the

Rocky Mountaineer

train

 

Near Maligne Falls

Maligne Canyon

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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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Riding the Rocky Mountaineer was one highlight…

…we were looking forward to during

our visit to Canada in 2018.

 

 

 

Being a once in a lifetime adventure,

we opted for the Gold Leaf experience.

 

 

It was so worth the extra cost incurred.

For readers who haven’t experienced

the Rocky Mountaineer,

Gold Leaf cars are on the left of this image.

The Silver Leaf cars are single level

without the wrap over windows.

Gold Leaf passengers ride in the upper level

and dine downstairs.

Silver Leaf passengers have meals

brought to their seat as in an aircraft.

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