Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

Ascend

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Image credits By Sarah

Prompt: Daily Post, Weekly Photo Challenge – Ascend

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Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

Transformation

“Sand is possibly something you take for granted; it gets in your hair and your clothes and all over your food at the beach. But sand is also fascinating. Sandy beaches are dynamic: sand accumulates slowly over time, can be removed from the beach by large waves during storms, and can be redeposited back on the beach from offshore banks during calm periods. Sand is typically made mostly of varying amounts of material weathered from inland rocks, and/or shells and other hard parts from the ocean water (e.g marine organisms).”

Source: Saltwater Science

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Image credits By Sarah ©2017

Over time, this shell, will be transformed and form part of this sand.

 

Prompt: Daily Post, Weekly Photo Challenge- Transformation

Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

Scale

There is nothing quite like the feeling that you are standing on top of the world. 

Atop The Horn, at Mount Buffalo, with its sweeping 360 degree views of the Australian Alps and plateaus, the vastness and space make you feel small and insignificant. It is an exhilarating sensation to swivel and view the magnificent scale of the Mount Buffalo National Park spread out before you.

At 1,723 metres elevation, The Horn is the highest point in the Mount Buffalo National Park, on the western side of the Victorian Alps. 


Image credits By Sarah ©2017

Prompt: Daily Post, Daily Prompt, degree, and Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale

Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

Pyrmont Bridge

The Pyrmont Bridge is one of the world’s oldest surviving electrically operated swingspan bridges. The first bridge began operating in 1857 and the current swingspan bridge opened in 1902. The bridge provided the main transport route between the city and Sydney’s growing western suburbs while the swingspan allowed tall vessels to access Darling Harbour. Today, more than 5 million pedestrians cross the bridge each year.

Source: Darling Harbour


Prompt: Daily Post, Weekly Photo Challenge – Pedestrian

Daily Post Weekly Challenge, Photos by Sarah

Haunted Window?

This photo was taken at the old Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum in Beechworth. Over 3,000 people died in this place and at times in its history, the treatment and conditions for the patients was nothing short of horrific. I took this picture on a ghost tour and noticed something in the window. What do you see? Is it the face of a boy peering in? Or simply pareidolia?



Image credit By Sarah ©2017

Prompt: Daily Post, Weekly Photo Challenge – Windows