Art on high Voltage Doors

I think that I have featured some of these doors previously. But here they are again all together in one post for Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge and for Natalie’s Photographing Public Art Challenge

My Wet Weekend

I wasn’t sure if I was gonna attend the Sketchmeet last Saturday because the forecast was rain and possible hail. But overnight it seemed to get better so off I went tagging along hubby and daughter. On our way to our 11 am meeting time. Got to the Cook’s Cottage in the middle of the…

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…

Plain Doors and Colourful Murals

I usually post door murals but for this week there’s a bit of a twist. I have here some plain doors but with colourful mural paintings all around it. For Dan’s Thursday Doors Challenge And my first post for Natalie’s Photographing Public Art Challenge

A Walk in Curtain Square

A short walk in Curtain Square after an early dinner. Had to shed off those extra kilos from the Italian dinner we just had. Curtain Square is situated in the Rathdowne Street shopping precinct in Carlton North. And because Becky became curious as to why the square was named that…it was named in honour of…

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 Smile

¨A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.¨- Phyllis Diller Is it a smile or a smirk? But for today I would like to make life a little better so let us just think of it as a smile. A mural in Brunswick Street in Melbourne. For Ludwig’s Monday Windows

Things to see in Melbourne

“Wherever you are – be all there.”— Jim Elliot First stop, as I always do, is visit Hosier Lane. This is the spot that has street art that changes very often…sometimes even just in a week’s time, murals are already painted over. Please click to enlarge image. Doors can also be found amidst all the…

Sesame Street Windows

I don’t know…I just find this cute. This is a display in the city a few years ago. For Ludwig’s Monday Windows

My Kind of Purple Flowers

“Purple is my favourite colour. It makes me think of spring and summer…I love purple.” – Angela Yee Ann-Christine’s challenge for this week is “Favourite Flowers” and these are my chosen ones. Purple is my favourite colour and it is showcased in here…purple…violet…lavender…

Treasure Hunt

Take life as it comes,derive pleasure from simple things.That is life’s greatest treasure. This is for Tina’s Challenge to search for items that she has listed down … Here goes the Treasure Hunt. PET – sitting quietly on a driveway. This is not my pet but someone else’s. And as Pat and I went nearer…

A wall mural in South Yarra

I have captured changes to the exterior of the Bailey Nelson Chapel Street store. This is a mural done by Tom Gerrard who is a Melbourne based contemporary artist. This is one of the biggest walls he’s ever painted! It is also painted around the windows of the shop. This first one was a mural…