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Parliament: Weekly Photo Challenge – Order


“This week, share your take on order, whether literal, figurative, or anything in between (and sure — showing it next to a healthy dose of messiness is fine, too). From library stacks to sock drawers and from ancient temples to modern train stations, let your inner disciplinarian take over.”

The Chamber in our Parliament at Gordon House can seem so orderly when it’s empty.P1150409The Speaker of the House has the responsibility to ensure that Members of Parliament observe the rules of order of the House.  P1150419Copies of laws – in weighty tomes – sit in the Chamber, a reminder of the general need for law and order….P1150427

Weekly Photo Challenge – Order


Author: rightpouitree

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8 thoughts on “Parliament: Weekly Photo Challenge – Order

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Order | Lillie-Put

  2. Ah politics – not what I’d think about as a good example of order LOL!

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  3. I had to laugh at your “can seem orderly when empty.” How true is that. When the pollies are in session I think there are more calls to order than order. Love your photos.

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  5. Ha! Lucky it wasn’t the British Parliament. Order? This week? I think not!

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