Weekly Photo Challenge; On the move

I’ve been a bit slow off the mark this week, simply because I am spoilt for choice for photographs to enter for this challenge!

Boat on a beach in Mandurah

Boat on a beach in Mandurah

Here are a small few of the hundreds of pictures I took in Australia & New Zealand relating to the topic!

Melbourne Tram

Melbourne Tram

Melbourne Scooter

Melbourne Scooter

The FREE! Melbourne City Circle Tram

The FREE! Melbourne City Circle Tram

A Truck driving through Melbourne

A Truck driving through Melbourne

Sydney Harbour ferry & the bridge

Sydney Harbour ferry & the bridge

A massive Cruise Ship in Sydney

A massive Cruise Ship in Sydney

A sailing boat near Sydney Harbour Bridge

A sailing boat near Sydney Harbour Bridge

A steamer on lake Wakatipu, Queenstown

A steamer on lake Wakatipu, Queenstown

Attempting to Paddleboard!

Attempting to Paddleboard!

A Shark in Lake Wakatipu in Queesntown

A Shark in Lake Wakatipu in Queesntown

A lovely old car in Cardrona,  New Zealand

A lovely old car in Cardrona, New Zealand

A helicopter in TeAnau, New Zealand

A helicopter in TeAnau, New Zealand

The best 'Sons of Anarchy' Police bike ever!  Near Paradise, New Zealand

The best ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Police bike ever! Near Paradise, New Zealand

The highlight of our New Zealand Trip!  Landing on a beach on Stewart Island in a tiny 10 seater plane!!

The highlight of our New Zealand Trip! Landing on a beach on Stewart Island in a tiny 10 seater plane!!

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About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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2 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge; On the move

  1. Al says:

    These are all very interesting pictures, Barbara, What a fun trip that must have been! I would love to have taken rides on all those people movers, except the helicopter. That plane does not look like it could carry 10 people.

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    • Barbara says:

      It was wonderful! We didn’t go on the helicopter either, or the Shark! The plane just about fitted 8 of us (including the pilot), and the passenger who sat beside the pilot became the co-pilot for the journey! The back two seats were full of our bags, so i guess it only fits 10 people without luggage, one of whom has to be able to fly!

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