Tuesday-PC-Wk195-Transport

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transport

take or carry (people or goods) from one place
to another by means of a vehicle, aircraft, or ship.
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I guess bicycles do…

…transport rider from beginning to end.

Port Phillip Geelong-Melbourne Ferry.

 

 

Dubai railway.

Melbourne to Geelong train carriage.

The front end of the Rocky Mountaineer

transporting us back to Vancouver.

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Lens-Artist-PC-76-On-Display

 

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Items for sale…

on display

at the Arras (France)…

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….Saturday Market.

 

 

 

 

The Dubai Mall Fountain also puts…

…on a display every hour on the hour.

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  On-Display

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  On-Display

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  On-Display

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:  On-Display

 

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Fabulous

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fabulous

extraordinary, especially extraordinarily large.
“fabulous riches”

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Nowhere near the largest…

…building in Dubai,

…however, fabulous was the only adjective….

used to describe our High Tea  experience….

…and the interior of…

…of Dubai’s…

…Burj Al Arab.

Certainly an extraordinary building.

 

And we will never forget the gold flakes in our first drink.

 

 

Cee-BW-Challenge-Indoor-Walkways-Hallways-Elevators

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I have added an escalator into

this week’s BW challenge

Escalator inside Dubai’s

Burj Al Arab.

Inside the Burj Al Arab elevator.

Included a colour version just to show the difference.

An undercover walk at Mount Sheba


Finally, our accommodation in Vienna

was at the Imperial Riding School…


…where there were some long straight walks to our rooms.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Indoor-Walkways-Hallways-Elevators

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Lines

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From Melbourne and Dubai..

some re-posts

which suit the challenge.

DC Photography 19

A curved line and plenty of straight lines.

Old and new buildings with one thing in common….lines.

Some obvious vertical and horizontal straight lines.

Again St Paul’s Cathedral displays some obvious

and not so obvious line.

 

From 555 metres above the ground level

on the 148th floor of Dubai’s

Burj Khalifa Tower.

Zoom in for a closer look and still lines everywhere.

Finally, a never before published image…

well not on this blog 🙂

Still at the Burj Khalifia Tower.

This image is just left of centre…

 

of this image.

 

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Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk194-Towers

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Seems there were many towering photo

opportunities during our European holiday.

The Tower of Pisa.

Maybe not a tower per se, but

York Minster does tower over visitors…

…and locals alike.

The ceiling of

Notre Dame de Paris

also towers above its visitors.

And still towers over Paris…

…rivalled only by this Parisian tower.

 

On our way back Down Under

we stopped off in Dubai

for a few nights.

I think the Burj Khalifa Tower is my favourite

just for its sheer size.

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Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk194_Towers