I have a short collection of fun photos for this challenge. The first two are from The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia. Enjoy the pomp and color of the throne used by the Czars.
Also in St. Petersburg, we saw these two fun plastic statues on the floating restaurant where we had lunch:
On this same trip, we stopped in Helsinki, Finland and I had to take a photo of this fun Santa:
And finally, from the Falkland Islands, a wonderful red telephone booth:
Imagine Superman changing in this booth, or perhaps having it used by Dr. Who. Whatever you imagine, it has to be fun with this bright red color.
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One of the yoked oxen in the statue ‘La Carreta’, by José Belloni. Notice the cat snoozing at the feet of the statue.
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Tierra del Fuego National Park, Ushuaia, Argentina
Becca’s post reminded me of pictures I took this spring on our trip around Cape Horn. Here are a few trees surrounding the southern most post office in South America. The cold and wet weather here leaves many of the trees with stunted growth and covered in moss or lichen.
Sunday Trees is a weekly challenge hosted by Becca Givens on her blog ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea‘. Follow the link to explore other entries for this week.
Nothing beats the gut reaction to seeing a shark fin crest in the water in front of you. I was lucky to capture this image while ‘down-under’ in late 2015.
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Here is the same shark heading toward the boat.
Montevideo, Uruguay – Central Plaza
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is always adds some fun to my day, trying to find just the right picture.
Amedee Island, New Caldonia
We visited Amedee Island in December of 2015. The colors were spectacular, and the water was very inviting, except for the sea snakes.
This was another of Cee’s wonderful Fun Foto Challenges (CFFC).
I used this photo in another post earlier in the year, but it is so perfect for this challenge that I had to use it again.
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Tierra del Fuego National Park, Argentina
There were two sets of elevated walkways from the parking lot to the boat.
I took these photos specifically for Cee’s Which Way photo challenge.