Not just home to Victoria Bitter, or Tennis Australia’s epicentre, but every jar of Vegemite ever made and the largest Greek population outside of Athens, Melbourne is the world’s largest southernmost city. As the city navigates its way out of Covid, it's a good time to begin planning a trip there. Combine it with a… Continue reading Visiting Melbourne
Join in on the weekly Friendly Friday photo Challenge, co hosted by polar opposite bloggers. New prompts each week
This photo challenge is alternately hosted each Friday by the bloggers: Something to Ponder About and The Snow Melts Somewhere The prompt for this Friday is: Alleys Everyone is welcome to join in with the Friendly Friday Photography challenge. Here are some alleys in the lakes district of Italy. Mussolini's MezzegraItaly Alleys are found not… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Alleys
Street Murals - Provocative, Clever, Creative but always interesting. And another favourite mural here in Melbourne. Street art makes the boring neighbourhood scene fun even if a little creepy. Murals at a fish and chip shop and railway subway I found Sami's blog and her Monday Mural linky party via Suvi today - funny how… Continue reading Monday Murals
Transmogrify It means, “to change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.” The challenge is to express this in photos. A milk can with more than one life! The strangest snowball/man I've seen - perhaps better suited to Halloween! Graffiti art in Melbourne- really espousing the Transmogrification theme. A childs treat (fairy floss),… Continue reading WPC Challenge – Transmogrify
Brunetti is a fabulous taste of LIttle Italy in Melbourne. Impeccable service and tasty treats, all made with a finesse and style that Italian cafes are renowned for.