Windows or Crates?

Saw these windows of the unique building while passing on the freeway. Don’t you think it looks like crate boxes?

A Walk in Badger Weir

“A walk in nature walks the soul back home.” – Mary Davis A favourite picnic spot in the Yarra Valley is Badger Weir Picnic Grounds, located about 7km from Healesville township. We went there a week ago to celebrate the birthday of our friend, Gary. Our day started with lunch of course. Here are some…

The Fitzrovia Mural in Goodge Street Station

Photo courtesy of my son, Tim! Just a short walk from Goodge Street station is the Fitzrovia Mural. This large piece records the life of the local community in 1980. Created on the said year and painted by Mick Jones and Simon Barber. Plans of restoration started in 2010 because this mural was in a…

Three of a Kind

This week Ann-Christine invites us to post about Three of a Kind or Triptych. Before this, I had no clue what that word even meant. A triptych to my understanding is a group of 3 separate images displayed together that work hand in hand to create something much more meaningful. For me the two most…

It’s the Little Things in the Garden

“Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” – Oscar Wilde This week Amy challenges us to post little things that make us smile. Visiting my sister in law gave me the time to appreciate the little things that she collected in her garden….

Old and New in the City

Melbourne is the second most populous city in Australia and is characterised by a variety of architecture. The city is particularly known for its mixture of Victorian architecture and modern buildings. Here are some examples of new buildings in juxtaposition to older ones and showing various windows .

By the Dromana Pier

The Dromana pier is located right at the heart of Dromana. Although it was cold that day, I enjoyed my walk with hubby along the beach. For Debbie’s One Word Sunday, for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere, Marsha’s Photographing Public Art Challenge, Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge, Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge The peninsula’s colourful bathing…

The whisper of flowers

“Flowers whisper ‘Beauty!’ to the world, even as they fade, wilt, fall.”– Dr. SunWolf I am a “colour person” and am very attracted to lively colours. But there are rare times when Black and white or selective colour images do get my attention as well …. such as these… For Cee’s FOTD and CBWC challenges

Windows to Jurassic World

A large Jurassic World Dominion mural can be seen in one of the laneways of Melbourne. For Ludwig’s Monday Windows and Sami’s Monday Mural

Dromana Seats

Dromana is a seaside town in the Mornington Peninsula. We passed by this town on our way home from our short break in Rye. Here are some interesting chairs in restaurants, cafes, Gelato shops and pastry shops.

A Broken Look

This is another photo of a mural sent to me by my son from his local area. An amazing mural placed up a few months ago in Finsbury Park, London by Salvodoran street artist Abraham.O This is a typical Abraham.O portrait mural in shades of grey of realistic portraiture. It is incorporated with the doors…

My Mother’s Day

“Life doesn’t come with a manual, it comes with a mother.”- Unknown I had my Mother’s Day celebration yesterday in a Japanese restaurant named Gogyo, on the corner of Brunswick and Westgarth streets in Fitzroy. It has an exterior mural and the images are based on the idea of their restaurant name ‘GOGYO’ which means…