Photo Challenge – Week 15

Another photo challenge guessing game for week 15…

After starting this photo challenge a couple of months ago, I’m hoping that some of my readers take up the challenge as it’s a fun way to share photos of around the world or just whatever you feel like sharing. If you would like to have a go at continuing this challenge, then:

  • post one of your favourite photos each week for as long as you like
  • your photo can be from any time, any place, and of anything, so start delving through your old or new chest of memories
  • post a photo without any explanation or hints
  • ask your readers where the photo was taken
  • make the challenge as easy or as hard as you wish and don’t forget to nominate someone each Sunday.

Post whatever and wherever you wish, although please link back to my Image Earth Travel site so that I know you accepted the #photochallenge. If you don’t have the time it’s not a problem. Or, if you’re not interested in my little challenge then that’s also cool. No pressure. But, why not pass this challenge along to someone that you think has the time to join in?

I’m not great at choosing a photo to share from Image Earth Travel or Nilla’s Photography, as this challenge is also not to add words or give any hints about where you took the photo. See if you can guess where this photo was taken – no hints.

Ballandean Estate Winery, Ballandean, Granite Belt, Queensland, Australia
And where was this photo taken?

For week 15 of my photo challenge guessing game, I’m nominating The Camera Freak for the great tips on using your camera and also what cameras to buy – a cool site.

Leave a comment below and let me know if you can guess where this photo was taken as I’m not sure that this is an easy one to guess.

Visit Nilla’s Photography for more global images. More posts at Image Earth Travel.

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    1. It is getting better.
      Not sure if I mentioned it, but I have a grapevine in my backyard (there before we got here). It was almost dead after 6 years of tenants not looking after the garden, so I chopped it all down to around half a metre high in 2020.
      Last summer, it gave me 12 bunches of black grapes! A first for me as I have no idea what I’m doing. A few bunches are emerging already so not sure how many this year. The pain is I need to wrap it in netting as the Butcher birds get to the grapes so I can’t leave them on the vine to fully ripen. 😦

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    2. You might have when you talked about all the work of rehab you had to do. Grapevine can be fragile but also very resistant. Great! So now you have – no doubt – tasty grapes. 🍇

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    3. Yep. It will probably be madness. Sister-in-law is in form Colombia with husband, daughter, son-in-law (theirs) and grandson (ditto) plus our own side we be a dozen… 😉
      ‘You taking time between Xmas and NY eve?

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