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 boxes can be found on the beaches from Dromana to Portsea. It has become a symbol of summer and is quite a tourist attraction. Although it is basically just a shed with no water or electricity, these houses are in high demand and is very pricey.

On the main shopping area I found this buzzing painting mural by artist Wina Jie on the side wall of the Bendigo Bank.

To have a break from my stroll, I found some benches.

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  1. It looks lovely! Good shot of the seagull taking off!

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks … just got it by chance!

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  2. picpholio says:

    I liked these colorfull beach cabins 🙂

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    1. Teresa says:

      Same here ❤️🧡💛💚

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    2. I love all the bright colored doors and brilliant sunshine! Great photography!

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      1. Teresa says:

        Thanks a lot for stopping by and for the nice comment!

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  3. Great post, Teresa 👏 Such a colourful place; I bet it’s bright in any weather 😃 The winner for me was your shot of the seagull taking off, perfect detail 😁

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Jez, glad you liked it. The seagull definitely showed itself off 👍🏼

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  4. Toonsarah says:

    Great shot of the seagull! The colourful beach huts remind me of seaside places here in England 🙂

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    1. Teresa says:

      Oh that is nice. What place would that be? Just out of interest 😎

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      1. Toonsarah says:

        Lots of places on our coasts, especially in the south. I have some from Kent here: https://www.toonsarah-travels.blog/gallery-colourful-beach-huts-in-whitstable-and-broadstairs/

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        1. Teresa says:

          One for the bucketlist. Thanks 👍

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    This is a wonderful post, Teresa. I love the bathing boxes, and the mural, but my favorite photo is the capture of that seagull. That’s an excellent photo.

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    1. Teresa says:

      That photo is getting to be a favourite. Thanks Dan 😍

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  6. I love the bright bathing boxes and the painting depicting them. Very nice!

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks Brenda! So happy that you enjoyed them!

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  7. Alison says:

    Great capture of the seagull Teresa. Love those beach huts, similar to Brighton Beach

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    1. Teresa says:

      Yes, very similar to Brighton beach 👍 and thanks for liking my seagull 🧡

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  8. Marsha says:

    Your heading captured my attention right off. The seagull snagged my heart. That was perfect. That’s the picture that marks you as a photographer – being at the right place at the right time and snapping the perfect shot. That picture will remain in people’s minds for a very long time. That said, I love the mural even more than the boxes. It is a lovely work of art as are the boxes. But the boxes don’t sit in that gorgeous sky. Excellent post, Teresa. 🙂

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    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks so much Marsha. Sometimes you get a shot that, though it may not be perfect, seems very catchy! And this seagull visited me in just the perfect time.

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      1. Marsha says:

        And you snapped. Yay!

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  9. XingfuMama says:

    What a charming and fun area. I’d love to explore it.

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    1. Teresa says:

      Yes, I agree…very charming!

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