Doors Open Up

“Open the door…it may lead you to some place you never expected…” – unknown Another sculpture piece at the Pt Leo Sculpture Park in Red Hill, Victoria. This is called Dreams of Ordinary People (2010) made of cast iron/steel and is a sculpture of Peter Tilley, an Australian born sculptor. Here, the the featureless human…

Doors Up in Laneways

“Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness.” – unknown Some doors that are shut temporarily in Hosier Lane in Melbourne CBD…maybe because it was past their trading hours, or maybe there is something important inside that they have to secure, or maybe because it was the weekend… have a good…

Of Festive Doors & Chairs

“May you never be too grown up to search the skies on Christmas eve.” I am feeling very Christmassy now since it is only a week away before the special day. Most of my co bloggers are posting their 2020 by way of their fave door posts. I decided to steer away from that because…

Christmas Touch

“May your troubles be less, And your blessings be more And nothing but happiness come through your door.” – unknown A walk on the streets of Fitzroy North and nearby suburbs of Melbourne… It is not very Christmassy but that is Melbourne for you. Thursday Doors Please click image to enlarge And here are some…

Enter The World of Dr. Seuss

“A person is a person, no matter how small.” – Dr Seuss Who wouldn’t know Dr Seuss. His first book was published in 1937… but I don’t think I knew about him during my younger years. But to my kids, Dr Seuss, and ‘The Cat in the Hat’ or ‘Green Egg and Ham’ or ‘How…

Random doors at the Peninsula

“When one door closes another opens but all too often there is a long hallway in between.” – Rick Jarow This is another post from the unique town of Mornington in Victoria, Australia. It has a lot of restaurants and shops so understandably there will be wonderful door finds. Mornington Peninsula #6 Norm’s Thursday Doors…

Colourful Doors in Mornington

“Smell the sea and feel the sky. Let your soul & spirits fly.” – Van Morrison The Mornington Peninsula is only 30 minutes away from where I live so this is a place to go when the weather’s fine. These iconic beach boxes in Mornington is a symbol of summer. It is still spring here…

Shop Doors in a Country Town

“I feel very adventurous. There are so many doors to be opened, and I’m not afraid to look behind them.” – Elizabeth Taylor Sassafras is a charming, quaint little village that city dwellers love to visit on weekends. It is a cool 30 minutes drive from my place (which is very accessible) and about an hour…

Visiting a Friend

“No matter what happens… some memories can never be replaced.” – unknown   Our family friend passed away right after the pandemic started and we weren’t even able to give him a proper send off. So now that we are able to do so, this is a long overdue visit. Hubby and I went to…

It’s the Walking Kind of Day

“One step at a time is good walking.” – proverb Update: We still can’t go too far from home due to contact tracing guidelines and the 25km rules but still it is like a heavy rock has been taken off our shoulders. Everybody’s rejoicing as if it were New Year! Melbourne is open Restaurants are…

Thinking of Prague

“The ancient splendor and beauty of Prague, a city beyond compare, left an impression on my imagination that will never fade.” – Richard Wagner As you can see in my posts, Prague is one of my favourite cities. So when the pandemic was beginning and every other country was suffering hard, I was happy for…

The Double Kind of Doors

“Not every door is locked. Push.” -unknown Double doors right in the centre of the City of Melbourne. Thursday Doors KindaSquare #15 – Double Kind of Doors Please click photo to enlarge