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Weekly Photo Challlenge: Split-Second Story

I have taken the split-second story challenge literally where a moment is missed in the blink of an eye.  In “Jandals too big!” above, this young toddler falls backwards as he tries to manoeuvre his little feet inside some borrowed jandals (jandals is Kiwi slang for flip-flops, slippers, thongs, slides, zori etc). The two images below are … Continue reading

Cruising – Destinations to your Doorstep

Well we finally took the plunge and organised a cruise – our maiden voyage (so to speak) on Royal Caribbeans ‘Radiance of the Seas’ cruise ship and I tell you what we were not disappointed.  We embarked on our 10 day trip in Sydney (Australia), our first two days were at sea before arriving at our … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

These images are of window displays in a large department store.  With music playing and moving parts the animated displays of teddy bears, toy soldiers and deli workers transport you through the glass windows into an enchanted and faraway land.  I observed throngs of children stand at the window gazing at these displays with joy and … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge : Horizons

Without realizing it, all my travel photos always contain horizons.  The natural and man-made landscapes and architecture seem to leave a lasting memory in your mind.  Here are a few from my travels. See here for more submissions for this weeks Daily Post challenge.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

It watched us take an evening stroll on its beach.  I turned, camera in hand. Click. Hop hop. Gone. See more submissions for this weeks theme here.

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says

The sign says… What?! – Signs are pervasive, that is they’re everywhere we go, they can be informative, persuasive, instructional or contemplative.  The odd/funny ones you remember the most.  Signs don’t need to be splashed on billboards, they could represented as symbols or even as hand or body gestures.  Some signs are universal in meaning … Continue reading