Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne

It was a brilliant day to explore the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens. The first time that we visited this place was when the kids were still in their teens. (more than ten years ago) and we didn’t seem to like it then because there wasn’t any shade and not much to see. But I guess the…

Eat…Walk…Repeat

“First, we eat. Then, we do everything else.” – unknown Last Saturday was a great weather weekend. So instead of fixing the tap on our kitchen sink (there’s a bit of dripping going on there), we opted for a better way of spending our day. I and hubby asked our besties to come with us…

Back Doors around Chapel Street

“I’ve been waiting for that bright sunshine to show up and shine in my back door someday.” ~ Luther Allison Here are some back doors around Chapel Street in Melbourne, that had designs that are recognisable. And here are some that I don’t really understand but the colours are nice anyway.

Next door Neighbours

“Joy and sorrow are next door neighbours.” – Proverb Basically neighbours … same in appearance just different door colours.

Through the Red Door

“Love unlocks doors and opens windows that weren’t even there before.” – Pinterest For Lens Artist Photo Challenge LAPC, and Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge… here are some red doors that I found from my wanderings. Lovely pinkish red door with intricate metal design in Melbourne. A temple in Cebu, an island in the Philippines. Red…

Love and Peace

“After violence, hope is all that remains.” – Sherele Moody The Red Heart Campaign was started by award winning journalist Sherele Moody to encourage every Australian to take action to end violence to women and to children. This is a very meaningful streetart so I am hoping that people don’t paint over it! A newish…

Tiny Doors in Kilmore

“Sometimes you need to go through many small doors, to get to that big door of opportunity.” – Anthony Liccione Kilmore is a town located 65 km north of Melbourne. Dating back to 1837, Kilmore is said to be Victoria’s oldest inland settled town and is located in the Heart of Victoria. We just happened…

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…

A Broken Look

This is another photo of a mural sent to me by my son from his local area. An amazing mural placed up a few months ago in Finsbury Park, London by Salvodoran street artist Abraham.O This is a typical Abraham.O portrait mural in shades of grey of realistic portraiture. It is incorporated with the doors…

Sorrento

On our short holiday, we visited Sorrento. Sorrento is a popular tourist destination on the Mornington Peninsula, nestled between Portsea and Blairgowrie. It is situated on a thin strip of the Mornington Peninsula. Every week, two challenges that I love participating in, are the Thursday Doors Challenge and Pull Up a Seat Challenge. So here…

Shoreditch Murals from Tim

“The important thing is that each work is always guided by passion.” – Jorit Agoch Some photos sent to me by Tim from his walk. Thanks son ❤️ For Marsha’s Photographing Public Art Challenge This is a mural by Street Artist WOSKerski in Shoreditch, London, UK. This is a tribute of WOSKerski to the brave…

Walking on a Sunny Day

“When you walk through that door of opportunity you don’t slam it shut behind you.” – Michelle Obama A few doors that I passed by in some suburbs of Melbourne. For Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge