Here is a recap of all the rooves I posted for Beckys #RoofSquares photo challenge. Did you have a favourite roof?
I hope you enjoyed all the photos and posts that were submitted to Becky. I enjoyed this photo challenge very much. It was fun getting new photos as well as going through my folders remembering some great times.
Some rooves from the early part of last century in Sydney when copper was a cheap roofing material
There are other copper rooves at Beckys
Sometimes a roof is all you can see when the flood waters roll into town. The control box for the rowing and other water events in my city of Grafton, stands above the flood water. The railing to the left is on the roof of the shed that houses the rowing boats. The boats are safe and sound in the park, where the photo was taken, out of harms way. Across the river in the background, the levee keeps the houses, shops and industry of South Grafton safe.
Probably not many flood photos at Beckys. Drop in and find out.
In the early morning light, a White-headed Pigeon surveys the scene from the roof.
Lots of birds on rooves at Beckys
While I am onto modern rooves, this may be a roof on a roof?
More modern rooves at Beckys
I couldn’t contribute to #RoofSquares and not have the iconic Australian roof
See the other iconic rooves from around the world at Beckys
More Australian rural rooves. This is my smallest roof photo. It’s over a cattle feeder out in the paddock. The cows all moved off from the feeder by the time I was ready to get the photo.
Find some tiny rooves as well as huge rooves at Beckys
Another roof from the Australian countryside. An old dairy at Caniaba
Find a farm shed or two at Beckys
Meanwhile, back in Australia there are many roof shapes like the old shed in the railway siding in Lismore
Are there any industrial rooves at Beckys