Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Move: Pendulum, Voyage by Rail and Sail on Sun


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Getting Nowhere, but Fast!

Getting Nowhere, but Fast!

Umkomaas Station, KwaZulu Natal South Coast

Umkomaas Station, KwaZulu Natal South Coast

Solar-powered tender, moored at Point Yacht Club Durban.

Solar-powered tender, moored at Point Yacht Club Durban.

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16 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Move: Pendulum, Voyage by Rail and Sail on Sun

  1. Madhu says:

    One more vote for the shot of the children on the swings! 🙂

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  2. The Asian says:

    I loved those swings as a child. My brother and I always tried to make it go as fast as possible

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  3. I’m getting ready to post a bunch of Rotary photos from our District’s trip to Durban and KwaZulu Natal.

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  4. bluebee says:

    Love the old swing – brings back memories. As do the lovely pics of my home province 🙂

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  5. That first pic is wonderful . My sister and I so enjoyed swinging along to nowhere too. 🙂

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  6. Kev says:

    Nice

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  7. Loved this, the first picture particularly. The sheer exuberance of perpetual motion when one is young!

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  8. disperser says:

    I had to look up what ‘tender’ was when relating to boats (had a guess, but wanted to confirm).

    I had read it used in relation to muscles, meat, and age, but not boats. Then again, I’m not exactly a boat guy.

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  9. nrhatch says:

    Go, go! Go, Leslie, go!

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  10. That solar powered boat is a great idea. Where does the crew sit? A bit ouchy if he’s wearing short sorts!

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