Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Needs to have the letter O anywhere in the word.


The Alphabet According to Cee: O is in….

 Exploring Hobart!

As I was going into Hobart today to do a couple of errands I took my camera. There have been several cruise ships visiting this past week or so and I hoped there would be one today. There was and it was an “O” “Celebrity Solstice” so I decided that my photos would all be based on Hobart this week. I had my lunch near Elizabeth Street Mall where two young ladies were playing Christmas Carols. I enjoyed their playing so much I went over to give them some money and compliment them.

I went down to take some photos of the cruise ship and chatted to a passenger who told me that she thought it was an excellent ship in every respect. They are on their way to New Zealand, lucky people.

I took a few photos around the waterfront as I walked over to Brooke Street Pier and as it was too early for my bus I went to sit amongst the shady oak trees in the park in front of Parliament House. While I was sitting there I saw the horses over in Salamanca Place and as I knew they would go past me on the way to the cruise terminal I hurried to look for a good spot to photograph them coming back. Quite a successful hour I think. I took a lot more photos that I’ll save for another day and found lots of  “O” words.

My words are:

  • Trombone
  • Celebrity Solstice
  • Silos
  • Mona Roma
  • Tour Bus
  • Gnoel
  • Bus Stop
  • Oak Trees
  • Canopy
  • Horses

Two young ladies playing carols in Elizabeth St Mall.

Celebrity Solstice – Hobart November 2017

Once they were silos holding grain, now an apartment block.

The Mona Roma ferry that goes to the MONA Museum.

The Red Decker Tour Bus – A hop on hop off bus that goes around Hobart and Sandy Bay.

Gnoel – yes I know that is not a word.

Bus Stop for tour buses.

Oak Trees on the Parliament House lawns.

Canopy of leaves

Horse and Carriage rides along the waterfront.

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