Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday Wonders

I think in a general way, mass personal transport on roads has been generally a failure in the world.


Lucky there is no coal or oil under this amazing formation.


Better as a honeymoon cottage for you and your lust person.


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  1. OMG what a traffic jam

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    1. Gosia, I think it took days to clear.

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  2. Shudder at the traffic.
    Awe and wonder at the other two shots. I would love to spend time at that cottage - with or without my partner.

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    1. EC, yes, maybe better alone perhaps.

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  3. Fun collection of photos.

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  4. Traffic jams! They're beginning to happen here too :(
    I like that isolated restaurant, what a great hideaway that would be.

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    1. River, and no annoying neighbours there either.

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  5. Even in my neck of woods I notice more traffic...And there many reason for this...
    Coffee is on

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    1. Dora, it seems a car is essential in many parts of the US.

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  6. I'd love to eat at the Rock Restaurant, but wouldn't fancy climbing those stairs.

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    1. Cro, labour is cheap there. Get a couple of strong lads to carry you up.

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    2. Just take one step at a time....

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  7. One would not want to be .05 BAC coming out of a dinner in that cute hut.
    Chinese road designers forgot the OFF ramps.
    You are right that the Russkis would have bulldozed those nifty pillars if there was the slightest sniff of a re$ource under 'em.

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    1. Ann, why not jump out into the lovely warm sea? I wouldn't like those pillars to be here even, if they had gas under them, gas being flavour of the month.

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  8. Just amazing those 3 photos.
    Hate to be in that traffic and in a hurry.

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    1. Margaret, people were only delayed by a few days. I remember hearing about it at the time and it was a queue at toll booths that just grew exponentially.

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  9. Three amazing and diverse wonders Andrew.. I will never complain about Perth freeway traffic again! ☺

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    1. Grace, the traffic we endure. You have no traffic problems.

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  10. These rocks are wonderful ! Wished I could see them in real ! Very special pictures anyway !!

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    1. Gattina, the rocks are a lot closer to you than me.

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