Streetart in Squares

It’s kinda hard to plan for a daily walk these days…as the rain and wind and hayfever doesn’t help. But I managed to go on a measly walk to my neighbouring supermarket. (If you can call it that haha) But guess what, I noticed some streetart and chairs which I haven’t noticed before. Becky’s Walking…

A Morning at Schwerkolt Cottage

Last Saturday was my first time to join this group of happy and talented artists of the Melbourne Urban Sketchers. I was with Jack and intentionally came early to be able to walk the grounds before everybody arrived. This historic museum complex surrounded by 2.25 hectares of bushland was established in 1884, with historical buildings,…

Vietnamese Community

Springvale is home to a large Vietnamese community and is in the Southeast part of Victoria, Australia. The suburb is full of bakeries, patisseries, fresh meats, Pearl Tea shops, etc. For Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge

$2 per Ride

“Happy times are never ending, when you’re playing and pretending.” – unknown I went to my eye specialist this morning and glad that the pressure on both of my eyes were getting better. Meanwhile, I saw these rides at the nearby shops in Springvale, a suburb in the Southeast of Victoria. I thought that it’s…

The City of Casey

The Plaza in Bunjil Place has been transformed into an immersive garden with oversized sculptures amidst swirls of edible mist. If only I could share with you how sweet the place smelt. (Bunjil Place is a creative hub in the city of Casey’s southeastern suburb in Victoria Australia) This is part of the Casey Cornucopia…

Melbourne in Full Colour

“There’s a reason we don’t see the world in black and white” – Celerie Kemble Oh yes, the world is not black and white so why not see it in its most colourful way! For Marsha’s Photographing Public Art Challenge For Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge

Shakespeare Grove

“Gardening is an act of faith in the future.” – unknown This is the Art Garden located in the corner of Shakespeare Grove and Chaucer St in St Kilda in Melbourne. It was just by chance that I saw this garden because it was hidden from plain view, but was I pleasantly surprised to see…

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…

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.

Deck Chairs in the Square

“Don’t be like the rest of them darling.” – Coco Chanel Featuring an all-new Kalaidosquare-vibe deckchairs, with new designs from street art icons George Rose, Sofles and Mysterious Al. This was at the Fed Square in Melbourne, a few weeks ago. For Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge

Curves

“In life,as in art, the beautiful moves in curves.” – Edward Bulwer-Lytton I know I put this on almost at the very end of the challenge. Work and extra activities got in the way. Anyway, here are some curves in nature, For Lens artist photo challenge LAPC Some Curved old and rusty chairs For Pull…