Looking inside

Smits & Bits is a place I never get tired of. Every time we were in Sassafras ( and often is an under statement) we always visited this gift specialty shop…and without fail I always walk out with something in my hand. But today let me walk around to show the bigger items from their…

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

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…

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…

Daylesford Market

I somehow forgot that I still have these photos that I took in the Daylesford Market as well as in the Amazing Mill Market. The Daylesford Sunday Market together with the Daylesford Spa Country Railway attract many visitors each and every Sunday of the year except when it falls on Christmas Day or a “Code…

In search of Frankston’s giant canvases

“As you start to walk out on the way, the way appears.” ~ Rumi Frankston is known for its waterfront scene but it is also now becoming the most sought after street art destination. The Big Picture Fest has been running for 5 years now and Frankston has been the playground for local and international…

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…

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…

Doors of Street Boxes

“Some doors are meant to be kept closed.”-unknown Some door discoveries around Melbourne. I am not quite sure where exactly.

Balaclava

Tim and Leigh arrived back in London a few days ago, safe and sound. These shots were taken in Balaclava last week during their last day here in Melbourne. Balaclava is an inner suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 7 km south-east of Melbourne’s CBD. We had a walk in the bustling Carlisle Street which is…