Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Last week when...



... the skies were blue 🌞We've had a lot of much need rain over the past few days. Looking out the window as I type a sunshower is happening. When we were growing up in Zimbabwe and Zambia we used to call this occurrence a monkey's wedding.. hold on, there goes the sun.. now it's just called more rain :) By now I'm sure you will recognise the Elizabeth Quay bridge bridge, here with a group of excited school kids enjoying the fresh air and view.. so much better than being in class :) The group below in front of the First Contact sculpture part of the Elizabeth Quay Tour group, the area all along the foreshore being of great significance to the Nyungar people.. I wouldn't mind taking that tour myself. Happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe..


23 comments:

  1. The bridge alone is sculpture, a true work of art.
    There is a really artful bridge in Chesterfield County over the James River in Virginia. Even though I lived there about 11 years I never photographed it.

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  2. Always a monkey's wedding. Weather here is horrible, cold and wet and it is supposed to be summer.
    Great photos. Hope all is well Diane

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  3. I love that bridge, it's unique and impressive. Perth knows what looks good in their city.

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  4. The brilliant blue sky doesn’t look like winter, Grace. Beautiful!

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  5. That bridge is a work of art.

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  6. These are fabulous pics with that blue sky as a background, Grace! Sunny and 24˚C here today.

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  7. ...beautiful, I enjoyed rain last night and blue skies with puffy white clouds today!

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  8. Marvelous captures of the beautiful bridge and sculpture!

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  9. That bridge is a pretty spectacular sight especially with the gorgeous blue sky to frame it.

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  10. Great photos Grace with a lovely blue sky in the background :)

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  11. These are such beautiful shots. You do such a good job Perth seems almost magical to me.

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  12. I think I never saw a sunshower, Grace!
    Last night we had thunder and lighting, sadly a tad too late to watch.
    Blue skies today :-)
    Beautiful pics, too, I make my peace with the place slowly ;-)

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  13. Back to blue skies with a charged camera battery.

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  14. That sculpture is interesting ... it looks American rather than Australian.

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  15. Belas fotografias desta fantástica ponte.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  16. Great view with a great bridge design and oh what a deep blue sky. Very nice.

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  17. Yes those magnificent blue skies, we seldom have them here. Always some white clouds are passing by...

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  18. What a terrific waterfront you have there! Stunning! I love the swirling shapes of the bricks on the paved area in front of the sculptures.

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  19. I love your blue sky and I love the bridge.
    At the moment (here in the UK) we have grey skies and very heavy rain … it can only get better!

    All the best Jan

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