A Sitting Koala

Last Wednesday, I opted not to attend my morning swimming class and just go to a gallery instead. Well, why not? Went to the local Bunjil Place to see the work of Sydney-based artist Rosie Deacon. She is well known for her exuberant sculptural installations, This exhibit is created specifically for Bunjil Place Gallery. SPAGHETTI-STACK-SNUFFLE-SHUFFLE…

The Carnival Came to Town

Accidentally passed by this huge empty lot where the circus was to be set up. Inspired by Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge

Windows, Seats & Murals from Marrakech

A continuation of Tim’s photos from Marrakech….just amazing textures of arched windows. The first one is looking very much like a watercolour painting to me. … and some cozy seats to relax on. And lovely wall murals which you may know is one of my favourite pleasures. My son knows me too well that is…

St Kilda Public Art

These are murals found near Acland Street in St Kilda. St Kilda is an inner seaside suburb in Melbourne, 6 km south-east of Melbourne’s CBD. Mural by Bronikart Such a gigantic mural on the doorway of a Backpackers accommodation in Carlisle Street Release the Bats by Melbourne Based Muralist Haden Dewar Back alleyways Graffiti Entrance…

Morocco’s Arches and Doors

Tim and Leigh are still on holidays in Marrakech. He sent me loads of photos and some were just in time for today’s topic. So I just want to share some of them for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – CMMC and for Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge. The topic for this week for Cee’s Challenge is…

A walk at the Blue Lotus Water Garden

It was only 23 degrees but it was quite warm as it is summer. So a spray of mist at the start of our walk kept us going. This is called the Bridge of Mist. Inspired by Jo’s Monday Walk Jez’s Water Water Everywhere At first we didn’t know how big the place was… until…

Pink Lotus

“As a lotus flower is born in water, grows in water and rises out of water to stand above it unsoiled, so I, born in the world, raised in the world having overcome the world, live unsoiled by the world.” – Buddha The Blue Lotus Water Garden is now in full bloom… from late December…

Circles & Curves

Random compilation of Black and White Public art of circles and curves around Victoria, Australia. CBWC

More doors near Chapel Street

Last week I shared mural doors on the main strip of Chapel Street. Today, let me take you to more doors but in the residential area of the suburb of South Yarra for Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge. And some seats in restaurants around the commercial area for Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge.

Near & Far

The windows of a Bar and Bottleshop called Near & Far in the corner of Brunswick Street and Rose Street in Fitzroy, Victoria. Inspired by Ludwig’s Monday Windows Challenge

Macro Monday

“A rain drop is a living crystalFull of life and awareness Bringing hope, love and happiness to nature’s need. Knowing that in giving of itselfIt will soon cease to be.”(Malcolm Southwood) Inspired by Cee’s Flower of he Day Challenge Xingfumama’s Whatsoever is Lovely Challenge

Melbourne Skyline

Melbourne skyline from the bay in Brighton, a suburb in the South-east of the CBD. Another image of the Melbourne skyline from the bridge overlooking the Yarra River in the CBD. Bluish cast of the Melbourne skyline, a shot taken while walking through Westgarth Street in Northcote, a suburb in the north-east of the CBD….