Sunday before last was the Midsumma Carnival at Birrarung Marr. As you can see, it is a terrible place to have it with dust, very little shade and massive earthworks happening on the hill.
We went with our Brother Friends, who surprised us by wanting to go. They gave their gold coin donation and as usual, refused to buy any food or drink.
We had barely entered the site when we decided it was worth attending. We set off looking for friends to hang out with.
I am not sure if she was topless, it was hard to tell, but I shouldn't think being topless and playing a piano accordion would be a good idea. Our friends weren't here.
Nothing wrong with a bit of attention seeking to make friends.
I don't know who the drag queen is, but her dress blowing in the breeze looked good. Still haven't caught up with our friends.
As you can see it is overcast and just as well. People would have fried otherwise. Is that someone we know sitting down? No. Keep looking for friends.
"Those boys are following me. They clearly want to get their hands on my body", said R to much chortling by us while we searched for someone, anyone we knew. I was pondering if I could 'love him long time' About thirty minutes, I expect.
Everyone seemed to want to have their photo taken with her. One lass of Asian appearance was posing and the drag asked, are you a lesbian. Mostly, was the reply. Can't see any friends here.
They has been a changing of the guard and new bois appeared, equalling focused on the pursuit of R. We are near the entrance hoping to catch some of our friends as they arrive.
Plenty of diversity. Perhaps our friends aren't that keen on diversity and so don't come to Carnival.
I think it was about 3pm when we left, and a few others were leaving,
but even more people were streaming in. We had covered the whole area a
couple of times and not a friend was to be found.