The Batman Bridge crosses the Tamar River at Sidmouth, Tasmania, north of the city of Launceston. This photo was taken across the road from the Presbyterian Church that I featured in last Sunday’s “inSPIRED Sunday” post.
The Batman Bridge is named after Launceston’s founder John Batman not the caped crusader. Although that was what I thought when I was a kid.
Linked to Friday My Town Shoot Out where this week’s theme is “By the Water”.
This Crane was in the right place at the right time for me to use it in the “One Word Photo Challenge”. Apparently these old silos are going to become part of a Hotel complex. Continue reading
The focus on the Goose looks a bit off. My DSLR battery ran flat & I used our old point & shoot for this shot.
Linked to Wild Bird Wednesday
I came across this old Singer pedal powered sewing machine last time I visited our local Museum. I remember my Grandmother had one the same. As I kid I loved to pedal it for her while she was sewing. I’d try to pedal as fast as I could & she’d be telling me to slow down. This one certainly brought back memories.
Linked to Tom’s Tuesday’s Treasures
I spotted this beautiful Kenworth Semi named Cannonball Express while on a country ride. I always seem to be on a country ride with my camera don’t I?
Linked to My Sunday Photo
This historic Presbyterian Church is located at Sidmouth, Tasmania on the banks of the Tamar River. It was a beautiful sunny blue sky day when I left home but by the time I got there it had clouded over. Continue reading
On a country motorcycle ride as I was leaving the small riverside town of Gravelly Beach, I came across this group of Suffolk Sheep. A perfect photo moment. Continue reading