A variety of ch and ck

Cee’s March Alphabet: Letters Ch or Ck in the the word

One of my all time favourite songs to listen while you have a look at what I found for Cee’s Mid Week Madness Challenge

Where to begin? I guess a few birds are in order. I did get a bit lazy and didn’t name everything but if you want to know a bit more drop me a comment and I’ll give it a go.

I did a bit of digging and found there are a lot more than I first thought. I had to include an old favourite at the end

On the roof

Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge Week 5: Count Chimneys
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Some are in a linechimney pots_paris_named_oct 2015
This one is quite tall180607_blog challenge_traces of the past_chimney_coal mine_scotland
There are others that can look quite fierce190328_blog_challenge_in_a_row_chimney_pots_paris1

Or even like Ned Kelly
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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
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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

Power

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.
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A Wind Turbine from the train to Edinburgh, a clean alternative to coal to power our world.190513_blog_challenge_power_wind_turbine_scotlland

A bit of Aussie music for you