My wife and I have been traveling from the East to the West coast of Australia for the last 6 or so days and we have completed some miles. At the time of writing this its just shy of 3100 kilometres (close to 2000 miles) and we’ve still got a 1000 or so to go before we arrive in Perth.
There are a couple of signs in Australia which are iconic spots to grab a selfie and this is one of them. Letting you know that your one the eastern edge of the Nullabor Plains. Nullabor is an Aboriginal name meaning treeless plains and its 100% true. There’s not a tree in sight as far as the eye can see.
Where ever you are, have a great weekend.
Classic cars are, for me at least, are a real head-turner. I find it hard to walk past without stopping to admire the craftsmanship and skill that has gone into creating and restoring classic cars.
This beauty was in my local shopping center car park and there was no way that I wasn’t taking a photo of this classic.
Is there a particular subject that you can’t walk past and not take a photo?
This photo has been stashed away deep in the gallery for some time. These phones were attached to the wall in the foyer of the hotel I stayed in whilst in Adelaide. I did really want to pick the phone up off the cradle to see if it worked but thought better of it as the concierge was watching me.
The photo was processed using Snapseed and I wanted to try and give the photo a look and feel of film because these phones were in everyone’s homes and offices when film was around.
Until next time, I hope everyone has a great weekend
In my neighborhood, a number of large properties have been sold to housing developers. With the over grown grass and junk mail in the letterboxes, the houses which were once homes sit silently to await their fate of meeting the bulldozer in silence. All of them look quite sad like their souls have been torn out!
I hope everyone has a great weekend.
Contemplated not posting a photo for TFS 13 because of the superstition that surrounds the number, not that I’m supersistious!
Spotted this over size art jacket in a hotel foyer and I did seriously consider climbing in to see if it fitted.
Have a great weekend.
It’s been a few weeks since the last Friday Snap was published and it’s all down to life that has started to be become busier and busier in the lead up to the Christmas period. Yes, that’s right Christmas is not far away and just think that there is less than 90 days left in this decade!
On to The Friday Snap, this fine gentleman was walking through Cardiff CBD and I stopped him and asked to take his photo. He was on his way pretty quick so I’ll never know why he was dressed as he was.
Until next time, Happy Friday and have a good weekend.
Recently this blog hit triple figures for subscribers, yep we hit the big 100 and I would like to acknowledge everyone who follows this blog, new and old. Massive Thank You. I know 100 doesn’t sound like a lot but it certainly is to me and I really appreciate that people take the time to read what I write and look at the photos that I’m constantly making and sharing. Thank you.
It was not surprising to find a statue of a dragon within the walls of Cardiff Castle especially with the hype surrounding the TV series, Game of Thrones coming to an end. Everyone was drawn to the dragon to capture a photo.
As this photo was being processed through Snapseed I decided that the people in the right of the frame needed to be cloned out which I think has reduced the number of distractions away from the Dragon. Its not perfect but it works.
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Hope everyone has a great weekend.