The Friday Foto Fun from Kate: Anchorage
I was laughing as I found this anchor. I was wondering what to post when I find an anchor while walking about in Redfern, Sydney. It didn’t have any name plates or information. It looks like I just copied Kates idea lol
The word prompt from Nancys Photo a Week Challenge: Cityscape/Townscape
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Steps Indoors or Outdoors
Steps in Grafton going up each way
Steps in Bologna a long way up
A carousel in Marseillaise
Steps going up a sculpture from Sculptures by the Sea, Sydney
The Ragtag Daily Prompt: Vintage
An early part of our postal history
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
A mixture of rooves from Sydney
There is a similar one among the #RoofSquares at Beckys
Perhaps it might be Lisa’s
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?
The stained glass window in my place
Here you go Becky The Ferris Wheel in Sydney’s Cockle Bay
The big Ferris Wheel in Brisbane’s Southbank
The whole wheel that wouldn’t fit into a #MarchSquare
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
The walkway from a ferry wharf in Sydney
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.
Another sandstone structure. A spire on a building in Newtown, Sydney
A mix of building materials. Sandstone, brick and copper on the Trades Hall Center in the City.
A copper dome and weather vane on a building in Newtown, Sydney
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.
The neon sign from the Queensland Art Gallery. I don’t know who the artist was.
The lights on the tables in the Victoria Tea Room in Sydney
The beautiful Art Deco light in a hotel in Genoa