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We are really enjoying participating in the Weekly Photo Challenge….
Our choice of photo this week to represent LAYERS is a photo we took in Mauritius back in 2005.
This is “Chamarel Seven Coloured Earths”. Bascially it is a geological formation where the seven different coloured sands have settled in different “layers” causing the colouring phenomenon.
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It’s time for the Weekly Photo Challenge. And the theme is HABIT : to capture something that we do habitually… something that we do everyday…..
We’ve chosen this photo! A photo of us having dinner with our extended family. There are a few habits in this photo.
(1) Dinner – a meal we have every day
(2) Family dinners – out of 7 days a week, we eat dinner with our families at least 3-4 times
(3) Using chopsticks to eat everything – but probably appropriate here 🙂
What is YOUR habit?
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After almost 10 years together, we thought we might have run out of ‘firsts’ together – hang on, this is beginning to sound like the “How I Met Your Mother” episode where Lily and Marshall have a similar conversation while stuck in the bathroom together. Who’s seen that episode? Actually, let’s not get off track…
Back to “our first” yesterday… it was the first time we both went to the Sculptures by the Sea but also the first time ever in our 31 years of life in Australia had we even walked the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. We can’t believe that we have never done that walk – its so easy and so beautiful! We are now keen to walk more of that coastal walk especially if we want to do the Camino de Santiago (it could become part of our training).
So Sculptures by the Sea is running from Oct 25 to Nov 10, and has been going since 1997. It is free to see the exhibits & there are donation buckets around to help keep the events free. The sculptures are available for purchase & we assume it could set you back a few dollars, we don’t know as we didn’t check.
The walk takes about an hour depending on how much time you spend photographing and learning about the artwork. We walked through and stopped along the way to take some pictures and that took us an hour and half return. We got up quite early to go to hopefully avoid the crowds. Arriving at 8am, it was already pretty crowded!
If you manage to dodge the morning joggers, dog walkers and other sculpture enthusiasts, it is a really lovely walk especially when the sun is out. Then afterwards, you can enjoy breakfast or coffee at the many eateries along Campbell Pde.
Hope you enjoy our photo essay!
Disclaimer: Our descriptions of the sculptures are OUR opinions and do not reflect what the sculptures are really called!
Just realised this is also our first every post about our home state, New South Wales. Wow, lots of firsts for us with this one 🙂
The Daily Post photo challenge for this week is EERIE.
This is an extremely tricky photo choice for us as we don’t normally take photos that are eerie….. So scouring all our photos that we’ve taken in the past 9 years, this one is probably the closest that we can get.
Taken in Pompeii, Italy: if you have been there, you will too have seen plaster casts of many victims.