UP there where Mr Poetry Sits

“Sculpture and paintings are moments of life; poetry is life itself.” – Walter Savage Landor Sitting high UP on the corner of Brunswick Street and Argyle Streets in Fitzroy is Mr Poetry, a sculpture by Peter Corlett. Mr Poetry is Adrian Rawlins (1938-2001), a poet and music journalist. He is described as: ‘Adrian Rawlins: poet,…

Why walk when you can Dance

“Why walk when you can dance.” – Ellen van Dam In one of the lush gardens between the Australian Ballet Building and the Art Centre, one can see these graceful sculptures of ballerinas and a dragonfly in tiptoes. Thanks to my hubby for taking these photos with his iphone. Six Word Saturday Sculpture Saturday La…

An Arch with Eye and Lips

“Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.” – Pablo Picasso At the Pt Leo Estate Sculpture Park in Red Hill, Victoria. This is a sculpture by Deborah Halpern, an Australian born artist. It is called Portal to Another Time and Place and is made of Ceramic, Steel and concrete. Six Word Saturday Sculpture Saturday

Columns, Verticals & Squares in Budapest

“Being a square keeps you from going around in circles.” – J. Vernon McGee Budapest has a grand array of iconic architectures … with arches and rows of columns at the Fisherman’s Bastion to the St Stephen Basilica towering over Budapest and the Roman columns of the Heroes Square. This is for overlapping challenges. Columns…

Holiday Blessings to One and all

“Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas.” – Dale Evans 2020 has been one crazy year for all of us. For me it went from the ravaging Bushfires in January, then to a joyous celebration of my niece’s wedding in end of March (then a blurry series of lockdowns, isolations, hoarding of…

Park Chairs in the Lysterfield Lake

“Occasionally, we are reminded to stop, relax & enjoy the beauty of what surrounds us.” – unknown This park is only 20 minutes from home, so my friends and I decided to come here and celebrate two of their birthdays last weekend. Lucky to have found some good ol’ benches and random chairs for this…

One Saturday at the Mornington Peninsula

“Soft sand, rolling waves, and endless sunshine. What’s not to love? – Selena Barrientos A short 30 minute drive by the Peninsula Coast takes you to Mornington (that is from our place). Fresh air, sunshine, awesome one of a kind shops and lots of hip cafes. Six Word Saturday Mornington Peninsula #1 Please click photo…

The Kinda Eerie Look of Silence

“I remember the silence, the eerie sound of silence.” – Alfred Anderson For the last day of the month of October, let me leave you all with an awesome moonlight … kinda mesmerising but kinda eerie! It was so much fun but also kinda hectic posting squares everyday for a month. I almost did it…

Our Life is Sometimes Kinda Foggy

“Life is foggy, always try to see what lies behind the fog.” – Mehmet Murat Ildan Six Word Saturday KindaSquare #24 – Our Life is Sometimes Kinda Foggy

This is My Kind of Garden

“Gardening is an act of faith in the future.” – unknown This is an unexpected garden in the city amidst the buildings, modern shops, restaurants and iconic architecture. Nothing grand…just sort of a rustic approach to gardening and art setting. This Art Garden can be found near the corner of Acland Street, St Kilda in…

Some Orange Flowers in My Backyard

“Enjoy the little things in life because one day you’ll look back and realise they were the BIG THINGS.” – unknown   Just sitting on my garden bench, having pancakes and coffee while seeing these beautiful flowers… such a great day! Six Word Saturday  FOTD