Weekly Photo Challenge: In my neighbourhood

Entrance to Fish Shop

 

I have defined neighbourhood as “within walking distance”. And a confession – I haven’t used my phone for taking photos as suggested for this post! I have the manual out of the box and I will LEARN! These photos are taken with my “normal” camera and are from my archives.

The first photo featured is a Fish Supply Store. In an earlier life it was a petrol station. Last night we had some Red Emperor fish from this store.

Unique Drive In Theatre

This Drive-In theatre is a relic of the past. It is one of a handful of open air theatres still operating in Western Australia. The movies are a bit dated now.

walking to the shops

This is what I see walking to my local shops. As you can see, it has lots of holiday accommodation. We came here for holidays in the past and liked it so much we decided to move here as lots of other people have done as well 🙂

Geographe Bay in sunshine

One of the reasons we moved here is the close proximity to this beautiful calm beach – Geographe Bay on the Indian Ocean.

Village Square

We live in an Over 55’s Lifestyle Village that is like a little town all on its own. We have great neighbours and excellent facilities but we still take part in the wider neighbourhood.

My street 2

This is a view from my front door looking to the left. The Jacaranda trees are magnificent when in bloom with purple flowers.

Cheers

Lorraine

PS WordPress photo up loader was a real challenge today. It would not accept a lot of my photos (Error message)!

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: In my neighbourhood

    • Yes, I sometimes take it for granted but it is good to be reminded how good it is to be close to the beach 🙂 Thanks for commenting on my blog 🙂

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