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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: SAND and DIRT


This picture of all the debris on the sandy beach may not be what beach and nature lovers want to see. It fits the theme for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge (Sand and Dirt) nonetheless. With each tide, the debris is washed onto shore and then back to the sea.

I leave the next picture to your imagination.


A footprint here…Mine! It would be washed away by the next tide. Ephemeral our existence is in this world, how can we leave a cleaner footprint, and make this earth a more beautiful place for everyone?


Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: In One Colour

I welcome Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for this week: In One Colour, as long as it is not black and white. The subtitle of my entry is: “All that glitters is not gold”. This is a visual illusion of gold coins showering from the sky in a show in a Macau casino. See how excited the audience is trying to catch them!



Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Walks Indoors or Outdoors


The paved walk in the city centre of Sydney Australia opens my post today for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Walks Indoors or Outdoors. I love to travel on foot, because I can see more at my own pace.

Here is a side walk by Sydney Harbour.


The the sidewalk on York Boulevard in  Hamilton, Ontario Canada.


Country trails are my favourite, be it in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.





And back to Austrlia, to the almost unwalkable trail in King’s Canyon


Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: ROADS

I have more pictures which fit in Cee’s Theme “Which way–Featuring Roads” than I initially thought.

Here is a cross-road, where the light rail tracks run across a street in the New Town of Tin Shiu Wai in the New Territories in Hong Kong.


The highway to Uluru (Ayers Rock) in Australia.


No. 27 Side Road, off Trafalgar Road, north of Hwy 401 in Ontario.


Icy CN Rail linking Canada with the United States.

A back street in Sydney Australia near the vibrant The Rock. What a contrast!


The roadway to the ferry to cross over to Prince Edward Island from Nova Scotia.


The road surface to Confederation Bridge, from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick.


Finally, I hope you can see this road which is winding through the beautiful region near Big Sur, California bordering the Pacific Ocena.  I consider Big Sur to be the most breath-taking place to do a race (Big Sur International Marathon).


Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: LINES

Lines are very versatile, whether they are placed parallel to one another, at right angles or at different angles for that matter, for creating endless patterns and forms. “Lines” is the theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week. (http://www.ceephotography.com/2013/03/27/cees-fun-foto-challenge-lines/

Vertical Lines (Lines of trees; they are everywhere)


Vertical Lines (View from the rotating restaurant of Centrepoint Tower, Sydney Australia)


Verticle Lines (Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal)


Horizontal Lines (Steps outside the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, Australia)


Broken Lines (Courtyard for above)


Vertical and Horizontal Lines (Another view from the rotating restaurant, Centrepoint Tower, Sydney, Australia)


Intersecting lines, triangles (The China Bank Building, Hong Kong; Architect, I. M. Pei)


More intersecting lines, this time rectangles (Cages at Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney Australia)


Today is Good Friday, a very important date in the Christian calendar.  The most powerful symbol for Christians all over the world is formed by just two straight lines: The Holy Cross.


This is to wish my readers a blessed weekend.