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…

Light & Dark

“All the variety, all the charm, all the beauty of life is made up of light and shadow.” – Leo Tolstoy Patti’s challenge for this week is about Light & Shadow which she has set some great examples. First things first I want to greet all the mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day! Having…

The Millennium Bridge

I think this is my first time joining Sarah on this challenge. And this would be something very familiar to her for the topic of Leading Lines. The Millennium Bridge, officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge, is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians-only, crossing the River Thames in London, England. These photos were mostly…


On our short holiday, we visited Sorrento. Sorrento is a popular tourist destination on the Mornington Peninsula, nestled between Portsea and Blairgowrie. It is situated on a thin strip of the Mornington Peninsula. Every week, two challenges that I love participating in, are the Thursday Doors Challenge and Pull Up a Seat Challenge. So here…

Water & Birds & Rule of Thirds

For Tina’s topic for this week, I am featuring some shots with the “Rule of Thirds” in photography. This was taken in Lysterfield Park in Victoria. I am also posting this for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge.

Windows in Acland Street

Acland Street in St Kilda is famous for its mouthwatering cake and pastry shops. The upper windows of these shops are a bit antiquated being remnants of old Acland Street.