Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge Week 5: Count Chimneys
There are lots
Some are in a line
This one is quite tall
There are others that can look quite fierce
Or even like Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly, for those who are perplexed, was a notorious bushranger, an Australian rural outlaw of the 19th Century.
Kelly made a suit of armour
In 1879 – the year before the Glenrowan siege and Ned’s ultimate capture – the Kelly gang began constructing the suits of armour from mouldboards, the thick metal parts of a farmer’s plough * More on Ned Kelly
The One Word Sunday prompt from Debbie: Power
Seeing that Debbie’s image of power was in Scotland, I though perhaps mine should also be set in Scotland.
A chimney that was used in the colliery power a coal mine at Lady Victoria Colliery, Newtongrange, Dalkeith where the National Mining Museum is located.
A Wind Turbine from the train to Edinburgh, a clean alternative to coal to power our world.
A bit of Aussie music for you