Monday, June 25, 2007

A walk in the park

Yesterday we took a tram to a shop in North Caulfield. Being Sunday, the shop was closed. Duh! Maybe should have checked first. We often used to take our dogs to Caulfield Park when we lived in East Malvern, so we took a stroll through the park and then walked along Balaclava Road looking at houses. Back to Balaclava Junction for a bite to eat and then coffee. This area was quite despondent looking a decade ago but like so many areas it has been revitalised.





9 comments:

  1. i had a girlfriend who lived just near there and we used to go there all the time. we loved it.

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  2. I had forgotten what a nice park it is Kiki.

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  3. Great images there andrew, thanks for showing them :)

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  4. Nice composition on those shots, Andrew. Caulfield Park is lovely and you've brought back a few memories.

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  5. well thats a BEAUTIFUL park!

    Keshi.

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  6. The water level is up. Not long ago you could see plenty of ground where the bluestone met the bottom. It's looking much better.

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  7. Who would have thunk Bleak City could be so pretty? :P

    *runs away*

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  8. I forgot that Melbourne has many beautiful parks. Great photos and blog Andrew.

    For a moment I thought Rod Kemp has left a message. lol

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  9. They did not look so great a few months ago Firehorse. A bit of rain does wonders. I do a double take when I see Rod Kemp's name in the paper.

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