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Weekly photo Challenge: Doors of my Saturday

Having a weekend away in Brisbane and not having access to my archives where there are some spectacular doors I decided to show my day in Brisbane via the doors I passed through. 182 more words

Irene Waters

Weekly Photo Challenge: Where I return to photograph

I look at this bridge every day sometimes twice a day as it is on my normal dog walk route. Sometimes I photograph it for the sky. 90 more words

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Weekly photo Challenge: All the colours of a rainbow

As I mulled over whilst in the shower what photos I could present for the weekly challenge to show Roy G. Biv (all the colours of the rainbow red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet) knowing I didn’t have a particularly good rainbow photograph my eye lighted on a wool thread artistic piece we have hanging on our wall. 76 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Off Season

Travelling in Europe in the Off season gives you a different perspective. We travelled in the early spring before the summer holidays. The towns whose multiple car parks alert us that this is a tourist town are deserted of both people and cars. 309 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid Horny Beasts

These 6 photographs of two different species of horny beasts are vivid not only in colour but in my memory. I took the first three when I returned to Sydney for a Nurses Reunion and my friend and I did a trip down memory lane visiting our old haunts of  forty years earlier. 119 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: From the Bus Window

In the bus taking me to the airport my very early morning start was rewarded by this wonderful cloud that seemed to be sitting on the ground. 8 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken in more ways than one

Angkor Thom was founded by King Jayavarman VII  built in the 10th and 11th century. It was built in an almost perfect square and outside its high walls was a wide moat which once housed hungry crocodiles. 186 more words

Irene Waters