This little whimsy was on a concrete wall at QV. I suppose it is Christmas related.
Before Christmas we bought flowers and arrived home to find a bunch from R's Sister. In time most of the flowers from his sister died, except the lilies, which R combined with the others we had bought.
Outside Hamer Hall is a new walk of stars of the performing arts. This one is for ballet dancer and choreographer Steven Heathcote.The markers are somewhat underwhelming.
A tweet from Yarra Trams informed me of a delay to Flinders Street tram services because of an ill passenger. The passenger must have been very ill, with many police cars and ambulances attending. Not so great for people relying on trams to get to the tennis.
The Australia Hotel is no more, but there still is an Australia Arcade. This bin looks quite old, especially because it has a receptacle for cigarette butts.There were more of them. I wonder how old they are. Could they be from the Australia Hotel?
We thought the crowd had gathered to watch a game of oversized chess. Normally the crowd is much smaller for chess. We were pleased that we checked what people were looking at, as we caught the tail end of Sven's performance.
I thought he looked Scandinavian, and so called him Sven, but as he went around collecting money for his performance, he kept saying 'merci', so I can only conclude he is French. Calmez-vous, Mme. Grace.
What sort of woman knits up yarn and then goes out to yarn bomb the City Square? Exactly as I'd imagined, well nourished women of a certain age. I saw them putting their works in place a few days earlier. What a way cool thing to do. In 40 degree heat, no poles will feel a chill.