Faces and More Faces?

“I wanna see new places and meet new faces.” – unknown Please click image to enlarge. Some faces in some interesting places. Random things with faces… Some streetart that look like faces … on the streets of Melbourne. And… do these photos seem to look like faces? Or is it just my imagination? For Cee’s…

Seating in the Middle of Town

“Color is descriptive. Black and white is interpretive.” – Elliot Erwitt Nothing is more relaxing than having a bit if a rest after a long walk. These Mosaic couch sculpture by artist Guiseppe Roneri can be found in Brunswick Street in Melbourne’s Fitzroy area in Victoria, Australia. For CBWC : Seating And another entry for…

The World in Shapes

“We never shape the world…the world shapes us.” – Toni Morrison Sometimes it is not intentional but we see some diamonds,squares and triangles in architecture. Diamonds From the streets of Rome 30 St Mary Axe, more famously known as The Gherkin in London Close up of the Louvre pyramid in Paris which is made of…

Inside my Kitchen

“MY KITCHEN was clean last week, sorry you MISSED IT.” My kitchen is the centre of it all, where wonderful memories were shared with the whole family. I am not an excellent cook and baker but I try my best. My daughter loves my Filipino dishes, she misses my stews mostly. My husband loves how…

Two of Us

“Happiness comes in pairs.” – unknown Just having fun with the topic of PAIRS. Wedding Bride and Lucky Fella on a store window A pair of white ducks paddling away Inflatable rabbits Installation at Bunjil place in the Southeast of Melbourne Two white fluffy puppies waiting patiently outside a cafe in Sassafras in the Dandenong…

Bigger than Art

“It’s the Little things that make life BIG It is amazing how art can take you to different dimensions. BIG Cat and Little Me  Art in Island 3D Museum, Philippines Little Husband and BIG Me Art in Island 3D Museum, Philippines BIG Hubby and Little person NGV MELBOURNE Triennial Exhibit BIG Pat and little people…

In Black & White

“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tzu I should have been in my home town now if it had not been for the pandemic. I miss my place of birth. … my family and friends back home. … speaking in my native tongue. … eating my native…