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Tag Archives: Australia
BAD Brisbane. Smile when you say that, mate! 🙂
(Derived from a photo I took of a poster for the Brisbane Art Design Festival 2019.)
Art in the street (so to speak).
(Aurora, Geoffrey Bartlett, 2006)
They are round but are they wheels?
A Bridge of Curves
These curves are actually a sound barrier (or sound tunnel) on the City Link in the Melbourne, AU, suburb Flemington. My caption is a reference to the nearby railway station, Flemington Bridge, although, to me, it kind of looks like a cheese grater. Fitting, perhaps, since the yellow beam “Cheesestick” – part of Melbourne International Gateway – is close by.
Weekly Photo Challenge – I’d Rather Be…
Here I am late to last week’s challenge because I happened to already be in a favorite place before this week’s challenge 🙂 . Anyway… last year I had the good fortune to be able to attend the event that’s the subject of this photo. And, as it turns out, this year’s edition has happened this weekend. So, for this weekend at least, instead of the cold, wintry time here it could definitely be a place I’d rather be.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Lights
Modern lights in the Melbourne Immigration Museum.
Weekly Photo Challenge – Reflecting
An older person having a chat with this young airman is reflected in the airman’s sunglasses. Were they reflecting on the past? The future?
Weekly Photo Challenge – (even more) Danger!
Aww… what the heck! More danger from me. This time, watch out for snakes!
Weekly Photo Challenge – Wanderlust
David W asks, “Have you traveled anywhere exciting lately? This week, let’s see where you’ve been.”
Funny you should ask. I’m just finishing a wonderful visit down under. The scene in the photo above appeared one morning while we were here. An amazing reward for a bit of wanderlust!