#2 An ornate doorknocker. The Little Girl was playing violin at a High Tea at Tay Creggan on Sunday so I snapped a photo of the door knocker on the original door as we went inside.
Here are some of my finds from our roadtrip.
#5 People playing a board game or card game. We played lots of games of Family Feud on our travels but this is a photo of the kids playing Monoploy Deal in the bar at Wilpena Pound. I'm guessing The Boy is pretty happy with how the game's going, The Little Girl not so much.
#6 A metal bridge. We stayed the night at Murray Bridge on the way to and from Central Australia and I got a few photos of the bridges. This is obviously the road bridge.
#16 A panoramic view taken while standing someplace high in the air. I took this photo of the copper mine when we were in Burra. We were standing on the museum balcony and The Boy wouldn't come outside because there were "no supports connecting the balconies to the ground" (the balconies were cantilevered).
... and let's talk #12 public toilets shall we? You get to see a lot of them on a two week roadtrip.
First up we have Kulgera where we stopped for lunch. A mural decorated the toilet wall.
Many of the National Park toilets and road side stops are drop toilets. This one was at Kathleen Springs ... a not completely unpleasant example. The worst was probably at Kata Juta (The Olgas) which has multiple drop toilets and probably a reasonable number of overseas visitors. In spite of multiple signs the lids had been left open and the reek filled the whole building. Note to visitors: please put the lid down after using a drop toilet! The next person will thank you.
I found a few more from the list on the rest of our roadtrip which I'll share next month.