Could colours ever be better selected and just look at the flow of lines? I would so like to changer her gears.
I can't remember where this was taken, but somewhere in Collins Street I guess. Nice building, hey.
Russell Street I think. I am fairly sure the mural will not now be visible because of construction.
Little Bourke Street is the location of our Chinatown. It runs for a couple of blocks westwards and is often crowded, chaotic and has a terrific atmosphere. This is near to the entrance of the Chinese Museum, Chinese having been in Australia since the early 19th century. Never show surprise when a Chinese looking person speaks to you in perfect Australian.
Victorian architecture with a Chinese re-invention?
Goodness knows where. Maybe Russell Street.
The entrance to Little Bourke Street and China Town from Swanston Street.
Suspended sculpture at the Emporium shopping centre.
Queen Victoria Gardens. The works on the pond seems to have ended.
Used to be lovely annual flower plantings. Now, boring green stuff.
The Pavillion at The Serpentine in London has a good reputation. Trying to emulate it here in Melbourne did not seem so successful to me.
Some public art?
Queen Victoria maybe a little chipped, but she happily glowers towards the centre of town
The Eureka building and the Arts Centre spire. I think the box at the top of Eureka is protruding, with payees for the privilege looking down on Melbourne through a clear glass floor.
Still in Queen Victoria Gardens, some peaceful scenes.
This is an important memorial to women, I think. But I can't remember now.
A lift in the David Jones department store perhaps?
Appears to be a bearded hipster on the billboard promoting Vodafone. The yellow vanes atop Council House 2 can generate electricity, but not cost effectively and so have been switched off. Look Jackie in Toronto, one of the pole sculptures you captured when you were here is in the photo.