Some 'art' in Southgate.
A terrific little nativeish garden right on the edge of Southbank Promenade on the river bank.
R often turns away, "I'm not with him", when I take photos. I simply had to take a photo in this foyer. I forget what the building is, maybe the IBM office tower.
Winter is the best time for traffic watching, when the elm and plane trees are leafless. Traffic is in a mess, as it usually is in the evening.
A lovely façade close to the Highrise in Arnold Street, South Yarra.
A couple of weeks ago we were in this Commercial Road shop looking for an Asian condiment and I failed to notice anything else but Indian and Asian food. I saw no Euro or US food.
Can clouds ever be boring?
Gladdies are probably my favourite cut flower. No doubt I have showed you red gladdies before, probably in the same place in the same vase.
A rather nice building in Flinders Lane. Lower levels seem to be commercial and higher floors residential.
The lane known as Degraves Street is closed to traffic and always busy with people brunching in the mornings, especially at weekends. Diners are crazily crushed together at tiny tables. But across Flinders Lane, the street is known as Centre Place and it is less busy. A venue that specialises in crepes also has other food, such as bacon and eggs, or what we recently tried, avocado and lime juice on an English muffin with bacon. They use these cute tourist teaspoons. It is interesting to see where they come from.
From where we were sitting while indulging in our brunch, this shop was to the right of me, with an interesting ceiling.
And this poster was to the left of me. Too hard for you to read. With a photo of some clear felling of native forest, the text says, "The greatest thing you could do is hang yourself from a f******* tree." I assume it is meant, the greatest thing you could do for the environment.