Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Letter-S


My contribution for

this week’s challenge


(Colours that start with the Letter S)


Short, quick and  to the point this week.

A sepia coloured Corio Bay.


This has to be sea-green.

After talking to jewellers about sapphires

for a ring for MGW, I think I can safely say

that the blues here would be found in sapphires.

Finally, hoping that this is a scarlet coloured dahlia.



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The coloured version of my

Black and White Tuesday


Torquay Beach

Surfers on…

 Monday morning.



Hope you enjoyed.


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Black and White Tuesday


Hard to imagine the water full of surfers…

but this was exactly the case on Monday,

just to the left and bottom of shot.

I don’t think waves were as big as forecast…

and my photos are not as good as hoped for.

There was a class of about 30 school age teenagers

surfing the breakers in shore and these blokes…

 were a long way out.



Hope you enjoyed.



Travel Theme-Windy




 Travel Theme.

First old photos of the surf…

at Torquay.


Wind also creating a good spray on these waves.


Taken in October 2016, the wind creates

grass waves in paddocks this time of year.

One of my favourite sites.

Photo darkened to enhance the waves.


Where’s My Backpack: Windy



Travel Theme-Calm




 Travel Theme.

Hard to imagine that….

this stretch  of coastline produces surf beaches

on which world, surfing championships are held.


 Point Lonsdale in the morning.

Point Lonsdale Lighthouse just after sunset…

and with a nice long shutter speed

designed to flatten the ripples below.


Where’s My Backpack: Calm





Jo’s Monday Walk


Surf Coast

 Every week or two I hop in the car

and head off somewhere to capture images

for my blog and Facebook.

This particular morning I was on my way home

via Barwon Heads..where the Barwon River

empties into Bass Strait.

This side is Barwon Heads

cross the bridge and

one is in Ocean Grove.


I may have darkened this image a tad, however,

you still get the idea of the sun reflecting

on little jewels in the water.


Also coastlines are fabulous for

gnarled twisted trees like this one.


Like many of our natives trees they manage to

sprout new life from anywhere along the trunk.


Moving on to see if there were any surfers

at Torquay’s Beaches.

They didn’t let me down.


Waves may not have been huge but I think this

would give anyone an adrenaline rush.

Endeavouring to out run Mother Nature…


but succumbing or being over taken.

Still not a bad place to enjoy some morning exercise.

And that’s my Monday morning drive for this week.



Jo’s Monday Walk

Travel Theme-Sports




 Travel Theme.


Three sports…

I have never tried kite surfing…

but it appears to be…

 a lot of fun and a bit dangerous judging by the helmet.

Nor have I ever been on a surf board…

 But I would just love to be competent enough to

manoeuvre as in the first two images.

However, I think this would be more my style.


Some shots of the inaugural

Cadell Evans Road Race.

After several hours of country road racing…

riders have three of four laps of Geelong suburbs

before a finish on the foreshore.

Finally, one shot of the Melbourne Cricket Ground

on the first Monday in June.

Collingwood versus Melbourne.

Also the scene of the

1956 Olympics and the 2006 Commonwealth Games.


Where’s My Backpack: Sports