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Ok, This is the new photo challenge. This weeks theme is Water
As allready stated in the other thread, first person to post a photo gets to decide the next weeks photo challenge theme.
Remember to use only your own photos
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Okay, I should probably explain this pic just a little.
You see, here in Australia we're suffering in a bit of a drought, and have been for a while now.
This picture is of the local lake (which served as the location for Olympic rowing quite a few years ago).
Now though, it's empty, almost dry (I say almost because under the surface layer of dryish-ness, it's rather sticky mud).
This pic was taken when the council decided to clean out the swamp weeds with a bulldozer, and consequently got it bogged (yellow machine in the middle of the pic).
I know that technically this isn't a picture of water, but with water such a rare commodity here in Oz, I thougth this would suit.
edit - The lake actually covers a fairly large area, the far shore is actually at the far treeline, not where the bulldozer, or the bushy area (to the right-ish of the buldozer - that's an island) are.
Mysterious Member of the ANZAC Clan
A couple more pictures I took last year.
First is of a beach down to road from me. I got my head sunburnt that day (via lack of hair and lack of silly hat).
Next is one of my favourite pictures I've ever taken, use it as a background for my computer. Its a random little stream flowing through some woods.
Hope you like 'em
I missed this until today! Will have a picture by next week no problem!
Who's stadium in the background? Football or rugby? Nice pictures though. *goes to fill sink up for his pictures* =P
First one is a beautiful lake (I think) in the Spanish Pyrenees. The building in the distance is the European HQ of the Opus Dei. I was passing through on my way to Holland and stopped for this photo at the side of the road.
This is a beach on the Coromandel peninsular of the North Island of NZ. It's called Stingray Bay. Swim at your own risk, I guess.
This last one is from a bridge near the castles at Fussen, in southern Germany. Most people were getting shots of the castles (I did too) but I liked this shot too.
@CC- is that Dublin?
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Neither Kuffy! Though you would have seen it if you watched the Ireland V England six nations match this year. The game was played in that stadium. It's called Croke Park and is the home of Ireland's two national sports. Hurling and Gaelic Football. It holds nearly 81,000 people and is the fourth or fifth largest stadium in europe I think. Not bad for an amuteur sporting assosication. Hurling and Gaelic football are crazy popular in Ireland, with the All-Ireland championship being played during the summer with the finals being played in September.
Paint Monkey: Yep it sure is, about fifteen/twenty minute walk from the city centre.
This is a photo I took of a small waterfall in the dandenong range to the east of melbourne in 2005. It looks big, but in reality its only about a foot high.
Last edited by Phobos; May 24th, 2007 at 15:56.
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