Doors by the Beach

“Give me coffee

to change the things I can

And the beach

To accept the things I can’t”unknown

At the Shire Hall Beach in the Mornington Peninsula, near the colourful bathing boxes, I found this lovely tiny house with doors and murals on all four sides.

I later on found out that this is a water station, and the murals were painted by Tony Sowersby, Lynette Young, Jacob Arnold and Phil Wiseman in 2006. Surprising that it had been there for a long time and I had gone to that place a lot of times but this is the first time I have seen this. Maybe because it is partially hidden by the trees or maybe it is facing the back street…. whatever reason, I am happy that I am able to share it with you now.

For Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge

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