Cee-BW-Challenge22-Pairs

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Two Yellow-Billed Hornbill’s

Kruger National Park

South Africa

A pair of horses feet

London

Great Britain

Two lady’s boots

Giraffe Horns

Greater Kruger National Park

South Africa

 

Two Rhinos

Botswana

Leopard’s feet

Kruger National Park

South Africa

Harpist’s feet

Brugge

Belgium

Musician’s hands

South Africa

Huggers in Melbourne

Pair of lion cubs

South Africa

Horses on a cold foggy morning

Moorabool Valley

Geelong

Two trees

Moorabool Valley

Geelong

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge:…Two-of-Anything

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Lens-ArtistPC-200-Every-Little-Thing

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The Horned Dungbeetle can pull up to 1141 times

its own body weight which is the equivalent of

an average man lifting two fully-laden

18-wheeler trucks.

 

Baby Elephant is the one that gets me smiling.

It was definitely telling us where to go

with its newfound trunk control.

 

Our resident New Holland Honeyeater mum (I think) was

giving me a right telling off when I captured this image.

Since then, and more likely,

I think she may have been talking

to wayward offspring.

This little one is our adored granddaughter.

She only has around nine weeks before

she will have to share the limelight with a sibling.

Another 8 weeks thereafter she will

have a cousin…all being well in both camps.

 

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:…Every-Little-Thing

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:...Every-Little-Thing

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:…Every-Little-Thing

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:...Every-Little-Thing

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Anne:…Every-Little-Thing

Lens Artist Photo Challenge Sofia:…Every-Little-Thing

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Cee’s-FFChallenge-Circles-Curves

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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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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Magnolia

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a symbol of nobility, perseverance,
and love of nature.
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 Unfortunately, you will not find magnolias…

 

…growing in our garden.

 

These were found in the Geelong Botanic Gardens…

 

   …and our son’s rental property.

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FOWChallenge-Array

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array

an impressive display or range
of a particular type of thing
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The nearby Old Courthouse at Steiglitz…

…has an array of tools and knick-knacks

from the gold rush era on display.

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