Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Wait Up Dad!



I was sitting cozy warm in the car when I took these shots on Sunday, zipping down the window whenever any brave soul rode or blew past along the foreshore. There weren't many. A youngster struggling against the wind to keep up with dad and a couple, hands deep in pockets striding determinedly forward. Love the silhouettes. For tomorrow's shots I did get out of the car and brave the weather but I think it was worth it. The weather was more of the same today and I think likely for the rest of the week.. I'm happy :) Have a good Tuesday, take care and stay safe..


26 comments:

  1. Looks like our usual summers! But not this year.

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  2. ...come on up here and enjoy our bright blue skies! 😀

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  3. These are wonderful shots. You found the perfect place to watch the brave people out in the inclement weather.

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  4. I love how you used that bare tree to compose your shots. I love those photos especially with the skyline in the background with some fog.

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  5. Gr8 Shots For Sure BUT The 'Throwing caution to the wind' Photo Is Beyond Epic - Well Done!!

    Cheers

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  6. This is not the sunny Perth with blue skies we have all come to know, Grace! What a change! Great pics!

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  7. Even on a gloomy day, Perth is beautiful, Grace!

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  8. But you like that weather and I hate it. Great shots though. Take care Diane

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  9. I like this series of photos, the small silhouettes and the grey sky. I(would sometimes like a little rain here, because it's very hot in Europe right now. Otherwise, I think there's a misunderstanding about my post. I was talking about defending social rights and not military defense at all. Have a nice week, Gracie, and carrie on to be so inspired

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  10. Love these shots Grace! The silhouettes are wonderful against the blue grey back drop of the city!

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  11. From our newspaper. At least you warned me first. "It's set to be a wild afternoon in Melbourne as gale force winds, rain and possible hail and thunder are forecast to hit the city during school pick-up."

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  12. Very nice shots. Great silhouettes against the cityscape. I'm glad you didn't have to brave the elements to get these. I'm eager to see tomorrow's.

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  13. It really looks cool with the grey sky and the naked tree, Grace.
    Maybe still a tad beautiful, but, ohhh, I´m not a fan of the dark, cold half of the year. You still manage to make the best of it!

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  14. Such a different look at your gloriously coloured city PDP. Great photos!

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  15. Great photos Grace and brave of your to get out of the house on Sunday. I hibernated on the weekend, far too windy and dark for my liking.

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  16. The shots are Spinning Tales.
    The finding out is so good! :)

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  17. Excelente trabalho fotográfico apesar do mau tempo, gostei bastante.
    Um abraço e boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  18. I stil find it funny to see your gray weather photos and we living in the heat for weeks already, it is the world upside down!

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  19. brrr it looks cold and dull. Bring on summer I say!

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