This weeks Weekly Photo Challenge prompt is ephemeral. Ephemeral means short lasting and sunsets are definitely short-lasting. And this one was simply gorgeous.
One of the recent photo challenges from WordPress was Fresh. I love fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. I find myself wanting to cook from scratch rather than buying processed foods such as dips and marinades. I always have some fresh basil on hand to add to my cooking.
The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge for March 13th was Wall. This photo is of Melbourne Town Hall’s Christmas projection. Each loop rang for eight minutes. It was very spectacular.
Melbourne is well-known for it’s street art. Although it is still shunned in many areas, in Hosier Lane it is embraced. It’s the sort of place you need to visit regularly because it changes every few weeks.
I came across this photo a few days ago and realised it fits the challenge from three weeks ago.
The building is the life-saving club at Carrum Beach. We had a family beach wedding there a few weeks ago.
Highfield House, Stanley, Tasmania. This wing of the house contains the kitchen on the ground level and the staff quarters upstairs. The house was built in the 1830’s when Australia was still very young.
Dawn Princess cruise ship, docked at Mason Cove at Port Arthur
I took this photo on our recent cruise to Tasmania. I’d love to know how many hundreds of metres long it is. When I was tired it felt like it was a lot longer than it actually is.