Tuesday again! The slightly overdone Tink of Pickled Beef is our hostess for the Weekly Word Challenge and has given us the words HEAVY & LIGHT to work with this week.
Some of these photos are from the tour I did of the Legislature grounds and I kept them back from the post on the grounds in order to use them here instead.
This arrangement of mirrors and skylights gives sunlight to the pedway down below the Legislature grounds.
This is a closer look at the lights at the front of the Legislature.
This is a 10 - 20million year old petrified stump - lighter than wood.
Some light fare, or in my case, toxic fungus.
Last summers sunflower is now pretty light.
This covers both light and heavy. The closer bridge called the High Level bridge, is for cars and originally also had CNR trains (the heavy ones) running across the top of it. The further bridge, in blue and concrete is for the light rail transit (I assume it has a name, but I don't know what it is).
Having heavy thoughts?
The grass hasn't been cut in so long, it is becoming quite the heavy cover.
Eventually the heavy clouds gave us lightening. (I really must invest in a tripod)
This rock looks pretty heavy.
Well, other than the clouds and the cats, all the photos came from around the Legislature grounds. If you would like to join in go see Tink, if you would like to look at other contributors work all together, check out our Flickr Group.
Hope you enjoy.