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Friday, December 23, 2016

New places and new experiences

in response to The Daily Post - PATH
Consider the journey you’ve taken this year (or where you hope to go in 2017) and share a snapshot of this personal path, whether figurative or literal. A path ...can also be a glimpse into your interests and passions or personal and professional goals.

Harbour Bridge

Sky watch Friday

in response to SKYwatch Friday

Harbour Bridge

Smiley not smiling

in response to Cee's ODD BALL Challenge

Jimmie Durham’s Still Life With Stone and Car at Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk

Green Christmas



in response to The Weekend in B&W



in response to Paula's Thursday's Special - MINIMALISM

Blue Mountains, Australia

Monday, December 19, 2016

Fire and daggers

in response to Our World Tuesday
Where family-friendly bloggers share images of their world and tell us a little bit of the story about the place

busker joggling 2 daggers and a torch


a :  a prior action that takes into account or forestalls a later action
b :  the act of looking forward; especially :  pleasurable expectation

children anticipating to catch soap baloons, buskers anticipating to collect some money to help them continue their travel around the world

Mural and Trash-al

in response to Monday Mural


Thursday, December 15, 2016

Thursday Doors

in response to Norm's Thursday DOORS


Vertical gardens

French botanist Patrick Blanc's vertical gardens at Sydney’s One Central Park

One Central Park’s two towers, house 35,000 plant vertical gardens. Central to the 1200sqm vertical garden design is Blanc’s insistence that plants do not need soil to grow provided they have something to attach themselves to. Light, carbon dioxide water and nutrients are mechanically dispersed to the plants and facilitate their growth and survival. This approach eliminates the need for soil, making it possible for plants to grow on buildings without compromising the structural integrity of the building.