I misread Cee’s Challenge post and thought I needed photos containing only five items. There are six items in this first photo but five of them are vintage wooden cats.
Letters and Numbers on a Ship
This week I decided to use (mostly) pictures of birds. I was looking through my archive searching the number three and found I had pictures of three ducks and three goldfinches so I decided to see if I had any other groups of three birds. I admit to cheating a bit with the Galahs.
Two of my favourite subjects for this week’s challenge, anything to do with ships and the waterfront and a couple of trains.
I decided to use things I saw at The Tasmanian Transport Museum for this challenge. Nearly everything there was numbered either because it had numbers on it anyway or because it was an exibit. Here they are.
My numbers this week, not my lucky lotto numbers. I’d love to see those
A taxi in Hobart.
A stop on the Battery Point Sculpture Trail. Errol Flynn was born in Hobart on 20 June, 1909.
The post office at Ross.
This was the label on my old bed that was sold recently.