Mt Rigi overlooks
…and is so steep…
…that the cow have shorter front legs.
Walkers alongside Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree.
Lake Wendouree was the site of all rowing events
during the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.
The walk from Eastern Beach car park.
At the top of the hill, you are only a five minute walk
from Geelong’s Central Business District.
The reverse view down to the Promenade.
Nearing the top of Lucerne’s
The walk in context.
Walking in Schoenbrunn Palace gardens
We didn’t have the time or energy
to walk all to the back of the garden.
Some random ‘play’ photos.
No, that is not yours truly among the trees.
Rather one of the Australian organisers.
Closer to home.
Our new timid cat (Smudge) terrorizing Candi.
Candi at play.
Not sure who gets most enjoyment,
Candi or her human thrower.
People at play on and around
Considering we are at the opposite end
of the seasonal roundabout,
most of my photos, this week,
are of waterfalls
Because Victoria Falls was mentioned in the challenge,
my first image is of Victoria Falls.
I believe the stream of water in the foreground
is known as Devil’s Kitchen (not certain) and this
is erosion taking place to prepare a new site
for Victoria Falls.
As is visible in this photo there at least
five other sites of the Victoria Falls.
At 90 metres wide it is one of Victoria’s widest falls.
near Jasper, Alberta,
Maligne Gorge Falls
also found in
Jasper National Park,
So, while the northern hemisphere is taking Autumn/Fall images,
these were taken in our garden just before
sunset on Tuesday September 3, 2019.
of Protea family.
Not only are these Snow Drops,
but today Google says they are
Giant Snow Drops.
A memory from the farm.
Not sure if these a ex-farm flowers or
purchases made since moving.
However, I first saw the Winter Rose
after I said ‘I do!’
In Switzerland we found many people…
..enjoying a break on Lake Lucerne,
in temperatures which would have had
most of us rugged up.
It was not until I cropped this photo
that I noticed the young male in the middle
and how much he appears to be enjoying his break
with four bikini clad young ladies.
I love to take a break and travel to somewhere
I have not been for a while and
photograph what I find.
Gibson Steps was a place I had not visited
for many years until two years ago.
Photography has and will always be
a hobby of mine.
About two years ago I drove back to Warrnambool,
on Victoria’s South West Coast,
where there is a whale nursery at Logan’s Beach.