Steps

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Steps Indoors or Outdoors

Steps in Grafton going up each way
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Steps in Bologna a long way up
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Steps going up a sculpture from Sculptures by the Sea, Sydney180828_blog challenge_sculptures_black and white_steps

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March Square – number 24

I know, why is this number 24 when there are 31 days in March. I was a bit busy early in the month and didn’t get started straight away. This #MarchSquare is the whole photo of a couple of popular posts plus some wheels as I promised Becky.

Here is a bit more of the tiles on the floor in the Grafton Cathedral. Can you see the the parts I posted earlier this month?
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The stained glass window in my place
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Here you go Becky  The Ferris Wheel in Sydney’s Cockle Bay
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The big Ferris Wheel in Brisbane’s Southbank
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The whole wheel that wouldn’t fit into a #MarchSquare
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Black and White Sunday: Structure – man made

I had this idea for Paulas Lost in Translation black and white photo challenge Structure but I switched to using my usual nature photos. This time I have a couple of man made structures.

Looking down the path of the Grafton Bridge
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The walkway from a ferry wharf in Sydney
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Thursdays Special: Traces of the Past

Australia isn’t an old country. Settled in 1788, many of the buildings have gone and there is still some Traces of the Past.

I have, as in my last blog, gone back thousands of years. This time I have a bit of the architecture from the not too distant past.

Many of the buildings in Sydney and the surrounding settlements were made of sandstone. Sydney sandstone is a valuable building material now-a-days. This church is in Springwood in the the Blue Mountains which surround Sydney to the west.
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Another sandstone structure. A spire on a building in Newtown, Sydney
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A mix of building materials. Sandstone, brick and copper on the Trades Hall Center in the City.
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A copper dome and weather vane on a building in Newtown, Sydney
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Lights

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Lights

Here are my lights

The tripod light in the hotel in Orange – the town in Australia not the colour or the fruit.
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The neon sign from the Queensland Art Gallery. I don’t know who the artist was.
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The lights on the tables in the Victoria Tea Room in Sydney
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The beautiful Art Deco light in a hotel in Genoa
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52 Week Photo Challenge: Week 33 – Rain

I did have to look for rain photos but why can’t I find any. I am sure there must be some somewhere. Oh well for 52 Week Photo Challenge I found these.

Looking out of the window at Sydney Harbour on a rainy day.

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The raindrops on the Hipeastrum

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The spiders web caught a few raindrops.

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Thursdays Special: Pick a Word in May

Another favourite photo challenge from Paulas Lost In Translation

CONFINED – The Quoll or Australian Native Cat had been killing my chooks so I set a trap to catch it. I released the Quoll in the National Park near my place.

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JAZZY – A building in Sydney Australia

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SERENE: Sitting beside the babbling brook

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