I seem to have enough photos to do another Sunday Selections, just as River does each Sunday.
At easter R and Little Jo made these decorated eggs. You boil the eggs, put the shrink wrap around and boil them a bit more. Bought, Prahran Market.
I can't recall where this very old fashioned bin is, maybe Caulfield. It has no base, so what is thrown in comes straight out the bottom.
No, the new South Yarra building is not on fire, although by the smoke haze, something is.
The gecko on my wall has given birth. The baby will lose its bright colouring as he grows and end up with the same colouring as his mum. Bought, Melbourne Garden Show.
No, I haven't been tram spotting in Calcutta. This is an iconic Melbourne tram. We, or rather Yarra Trams, do look after our trams, not. Phone photo.
My late father built my late maternal grandmother's house in North Road, South Oakleigh. It was fully furnished by Mother with her father's open check book at Malcolm Reid. No expense was spared. The dressing table mirror is attached to the hall wall of the Highrise. Phone photo.
The authorities are 'burning off', or properly known as a 'controlled fire fuel reduction burn'. This one did stay in control but they don't always. With the wind in the right direction, Melbourne smells of smoke. I love the smell of burning eucalyptus leaves in the morning.
Goats milk soap is supposed to have wondrous properties but it not powerful enough to rejuvenate my ageing skin. I'll go back to the Cussons Imperial Leather once it is finished. Bought, St Kilda Esplanade Sunday Market.
It is for you judge whether an effective photo can be taken by snapping in the direction of the sun.
An old building with a very old roof vent. Note the flood lamp, painted to not shout modernity at the building. Phone photo.