Weekly Photo Challenge: Launch

A few from out and about on Sydney Harbour

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41 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Launch

  1. Thanks for the tour, BB.
    Many years ago, I spent a month in Sydney, working for a radio company called
    Racal (now long gone). At the end of Sydney harbour bridge I was taken to a restaurant in which one selected a raw steak and cooked it for oneself on a set of firebars which constituted a grave danger. But the steak was good, and the salad unlimited!

    John

    • Thanks for coming along for the rde, John πŸ™‚
      Although many of the old pubs are still there, a couple of the old treasures have disappeared in the last few years, and many of the enduring ones have been revamped internally. The Rocks is an interesting part of the city but I don’t thik it’s developed and utilized to its best advantage by the powers-that-be. 😦

  2. Hello bluebee, I Love your blog and am glad to pass the Versatile Blogger award on to you! See here: http://wp.me/p1kP6q-tq I hope you enjoy it and find other great bloggers to reward with it too, with appreciation, Christine

    PS I see you have had it already many times … but here it is again!

    • Thanks so much, Christine πŸ˜€

      You’ll also see that I’m not very good at obeying rules πŸ˜‰

      Have just popped over to you – your kookaburra photos are excellent!

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  4. It is a beautiful harbour. I would gladly live in some of those boat houses. Some people have a great life, don’t they? My favourite photo is the one of the Titanic. That has tickled me. Excellent slideshow, Bluebee!

    • Thanks, Selma – gotta love the sense of humour of Titanic’s owner πŸ˜€ I love the Laurel and Hardy boathouse – they also have a yacht named ‘Occasional Coarse Language’ πŸ™‚
      Wouldn’t it be marvellous to have one of the boathouses for a writing studio?

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