Thursday, January 21, 2016

A little light levitation!



Well! You don't see that every day! Yesterday was the perfect, 24C, day to head away from the city and do a bit of exploring...

 18km north east of the city, below.. a 25 minute drive. I haven't had time to edit the shots I took so I'll leave you wondering how this tres colourful old jalopy is hanging in mid air, I promise there are no wires attached! Happy Thursday, take care and stay safe... p.s. no giving the secret away any Perthites (or Yanchepites) who may be reading this :) p.p.s. it's not a balloon!


36 comments:

  1. Cool I like it. I think I see a base so have the painted it to match

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  2. Quite interesting Grace. Don't know the secret as I've never seen it.

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  3. I do see something that would appear to be a base, and I'm assuming it's a hot air balloon.

    Or it's one of the Weasley's flying cars from the Harry Potter series.

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  4. Hi Grace, did YOU give a kick to this car ?

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  5. What a funky place to visit for sure. It's just too neat seeing and believing it's floating in mid air!

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  6. Whatever's holding it up in the first two shots has clearly failed by the last picture!

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  7. 24C??? That's what our weather is supposed to be like this time of year but, we haven't seen it yet. It's been so much colder than usual. As for the floating car, I can't wait to see what magic has given rise to this eye-catching event. I hope you will be having an equally lovely Thursday.

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  8. LOL. At least there's no traffic jams up there.

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  9. C'est peut-être un ballon dirigeable camouflé en voiture :)

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  10. Oh, yes!! I agree with Andy!! No traffic jams!! I love it!! Hope your week is going well, Grace!! Enjoy!!

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  11. It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a...flying car???

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  12. Lol, you must have thought am I seeing this right?!

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  13. The second photo is just brilliant. I have no idea how they did that thing, but I love it.

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  14. I give up Grace! 24 degrees, I'm so envious, I hate winter.

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  15. Flat areas on the bottom of all the tires make it look like a composite or very good double exposure.

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  16. I took it to be a woman driver....

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  17. I hope you will give up the answer....!

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  18. Some funny comments :) I was going to say balloon but I don't have a clue now.

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  19. This Yanchapite hasn't got a clue (my next door neighbours want to take me to Whiteman Park, perhaps I should go!)

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  20. As an American, what strikes me about these pictures is how empty it is 18 km out of town. We're not a very big city but if you went 18 km from out center you would barely be at the airport, with many suburbs beyond.

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  21. Gosh that's an eye stopper Grace. Intriguing.

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  22. That is a unique posting! I have no idea how it is possible to have the car up in the air like this.

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  23. Fabulous, Grace...hope you will show us more :).

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  24. I think I have a hallucination....

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  25. Are you SURE it's not a balloon? ;)

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  26. No idea, Grace! Crazy! What is it, can´t wait!

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  27. But how it can be? I'm sure it has logical explanation and I hope you'll share one with us ;)

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  28. Clever angling in that first shot!

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  29. A colourful, suspended feature. If it's not a balloon, by some kind of subtle magic this must be a hologram.

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  30. Hih ... nice idea ! Lovely car in area.
    Think, in this same day we had -20 °C... Quite a difference in temperature. But today morning any more -3,5 °C.

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