Here’s a most interesting display in the Museum of Sydney showing historical trade items that were shipped into the port. In those long ago days, how exotic these goods must have been!
The grid display was really eye-catching, but it was difficult to get a nice square-on picture due to its curvature.
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I don’t normally post 2 photo challenges in a week, but thought this photo fits the theme very well, being green on green on green.
Not my garden though, but a public rooftop space. I’m looking forward to more rooftops like this one!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic (1)
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I’ve once been lucky enough to see kangaroos bounding across the landscape in gathering dusk. They looked wild and free and fierce.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic
Have you ever wondered about the kinship between humans and animals, and how we can be startlingly similar?
These pictures aren’t of a very high quality, but they speak to me of how we are “connected”. Humans and Gorillas. Mothers and babies. It was really amazing how maternal the gorilla mom was.
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For this week’s photo challenge here are two very different pictures to depict half and half.
The first picture is taken as the plane transitions from flying over land to the ocean near Broome on the northern coast of Australia. As it happens the sun was setting just at that moment, and so the picture also depicts half day and half night.
This second picture is of a completely different scene, of a large mountain of rock called Huashan in central China. Rolling mists in the afternoon cut off the view, and depending on your perspective, either increases or decreases your vertigo as you navigate the slopes of this rock.
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The train between Sapporo and Otaru in Hokkaido, Japan, runs just beside Ishikari Bay. Although I was looking forward to seeing the coast, this view wasn’t what I had in mind! The tide must have been really high. Thank goodness the weather was good.
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