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I'm making an effort to take pix of people.

The Great Wheelbarrow Race from Chillagoe to Mareeba, a fundraising event in Far North Queensland, Australia

Go Bush Boys, go!!

 

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11 hours ago, gvallee said:

I'm making an effort to take pix of people.

The Great Wheelbarrow Race from Chillagoe to Mareeba, a fundraising event in Far North Queensland, Australia

Go Bush Boys, go!!

 

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Google says 89 miles- crikey!

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Allan

 

 

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I've hardly uploaded anything yet as I've only just started to add test uploads to Alamy, but I like these two:

 

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17 hours ago, spacecadet said:

Google says 89 miles- crikey!

 

Yes, over 3 days. Participants are either full teams, 2 people teams and Solo runners. 

And it's up and down all the way. Luckily it was a breezy not too hot (by Aussie standards) long weekend. Chapeau!

 

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Local woodland. Apparently a favourite haunt of the area's perverts, probably a subject already well represented, but I might start hunting them and add a few of my own.

 

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Rusting iron sheet from an abandoned copper mine above Coniston. The bright colour of the iron against the grey stones caught my eye.

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Penultimate Trooping the Colour rehearsal, The Major General’s Review on 26 May 2018.

 

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Slag heap at ruined Chillagoe smelters, Far North Queensland, Australia

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Donkey hot water system at Chillagoe Creek Homestead, 'the Fossil House', in the small historic rural town of Chillagoe, Far North Queensland, Australia

 

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Loving the springtime colours and feel. 

A beautiful close up photo, shallow depth of field, of pink cherry blossom, weeping cherry tree, against blue summer sky and fresh green foliage Stock Photo

 

Photograph of acer leaves, japanese maple tree. Beautiful red and orange foliage against a summer blue sky Stock Photo

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Rows of plastic sheet covering a field used for growing a maize crop.

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A really brazen attempt to tunnel into MI6   MMD0DY.jpg

 

            When I'm cleaning windows               MMARB8.jpg

 

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I’m not a great fan of herring gulls, but the chicks are really quite cute.

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Unlike the ugly duckling

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Shakin' all over!

 

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Red Deer cooling off in Loch Assynt as the Scottish Highlands bask all week in the high 20 degrees Celsius

 

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One of my cheeky granddaughters.

 

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I love it. My friends tease me about wearing blue all the time. I never thought about doing my tongue!

 

Paulette

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Out and about in London, travelling on the underground.

 

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My youngest son having fun in a children's playground.

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This is Victoria Quay, Scottish Government building in Leith. But I have no idea why it is lit up in rainbow colours, despite Googling.

 

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Marathon runners love love to play up to the camera. Edinburgh marathon last Sunday at Mile 18

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11 minutes ago, Sally said:

This is Victoria Quay, Scottish Government building in Leith. But I have no idea why it is lit up in rainbow colours, despite Googling.

 

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Taken on 17 May, so it'll have been for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

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2 hours ago, Katie said:

 

Taken on 17 May, so it'll have been for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

Ok, thanks very much. 

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Port Douglas Carnivale last weekend, illuminations on historic Sugar Wharf, Far North Queensland

 

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14 minutes ago, gvallee said:

Port Douglas Carnivale last weekend, illuminations on historic Sugar Wharf, Far North Queensland

 

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Hi GVallee,

The caption for your images reads Port Dougas on the sales pages.

;-)

Have a good day.

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13 minutes ago, Regis said:

Hi GVallee,

The caption for your images reads Port Dougas on the sales pages.

;-)

Have a good day.

 

Thank you so much Regis. Well spotted. It's highly unusual for me but it happens!!

Have a good day too.

 

Gen

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