Now this photo challenge is proving much easier than the purple one of last month! HeyJude has challenged us to find interesting white and silver things during June.
To kick off my contribution for this month I have chosen to feature structures that are either silver or white in colour.
Firstly, the old railway bridge that spans the Fitzroy River in Rockhampton, Central Queensland.
Next up from Yeppoon, Central Queensland is the Singing Ship. This remarkable white structure was designed by a local school teacher and is constructed of concrete and steel, to commemorate the bicentenary of Captain Cook’s arrival in Keppel Bay in May 1770. The design incorporates pipes which ‘sing’ as the wind blows through them. In the distance is Great Keppel Island.
Staying in Emu Park, but further up the headland at the magnificent ANZAC Memorial, where the silvery silhouettes of soldiers are contrasted against the rusty metal background.
Overseas and on to Kew, to The Hive, which is a silvery visual tribute to the bees of the United Kingdom.
And finally, returning to Brisbane Australia, to the Roma Street Gardens, where I captured this decorative silvery garden art.