My very late ‘faux flower’ post.
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.
Recently posted pink blossom.
This season’s jonquils.
The Twelve Apostles.
I was fortunate enough to capture some
Southern Right Whales
splashing around in the nursery.
The right conditions and there are
plenty of splashes at Torquay’s Beaches.
Bound to be a splash when this kite surfer touched down.
Words from all over.
And a bit late for October
over Hopkins Falls as there was in August 2017.
This is what I think of when I see the word aperture.
That little hole in the centre of a lens.
At Hill 60 in Belgium, the white line in the foreground
indicates the British front line.
Most of our group are in No Man’s Land,
however our tour guide is standing on Germany’s Front line.
however, it was the best I could do.
Burj Khalifa, in Dubai.
Normally I think of some that is tapered as being thinner
at the far end, usually the top.
Lochnagar Crater, on the Somme Battlefields,
is still thinner at the far end
it just happens to be the bottom
My contribution for
this week’s challenge
(Needs to start with W and have two vowels in the word )
First up, back in South Africa’s
Kruger National Park.
Like the zebra crossings
it was a matter of waiting…patiently.
They were not in a hurry.
However, it appears this wildebeest was
moving very slowly.
At least Leo is smiling.
Was Willy the Wildebeest saying, kiss………
A Surf Coast Victoria, Wipeout.
Our shopping,banking and business centre,
until we moved off the farm.
Fifty-five kilometres, one way,
ensured that a trip to Warrnambool
wasn’t just for a hamburger! 🙂
And should you be having difficulty
sorting out the syllables,
this may help……Warr/nam/bool
And if you really want to sound local
it sounds a bit like this….War/na/bool