The blowhole is an amazing sight when in full spin mode.
I know I’ve posted this image before, song title not on the list, but it was an opportunity too good to miss.
Standing guard outside the African village at the open-range zoo.
Stepped inside this wooden box, looked upwards to see this cow staring back at me…..thought it was more exciting than just a rectangle of blue sky.
Dame Edna is instantly recognizable because of her fabulous glasses, amongst other things. She is part of a long mosaic mural of Australian entertainers that I found at Victoria Harbour, Docklands, unfortunately I am unable to find a link to find out about this fabulous piece of artwork.
This is another small section of the mural, perhaps you can pick out a few faces – Peter Allen, Paul Hogan (crocodile Dundee), Rolf Harris….
Here is another bloggers photo of the mural.
Couldn’t resist these heart shaped stone plates and moonstone carvings. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!
I’ve found a playmate for Ron’s cat Snow. It’s located outside the entrance to our local library and childcare centre and gets plenty of attention from the pre-schoolers who give the cat a pat on their way into the building.
Neighbourhood art suddenly becomes useful for knocking over two themes in one…. I love it when an idea comes together!
Summer means many trips to the beach and always swimming between the flags, the surf lifesavers have been immortalised in these painted bollards at Eastern Beach, Geelong.
Beware the black hole of circular art, lots of colourful ceramic tiles to keep you guessing.