Winter solstice sun as dawn breaks. In a couple of minutes the sun will disappear behind the building and that is our bloomin' lot of sun for the day.
"Make sure Little Jo does not sit at the computer all morning", said Sister. We walked in Fawkner Park and she
I don't think it was our large department store Myer. I also think this is where the Butterfly Club once was.
We were checking out Arbory, built where the former train station platform 11 once was. We decided against a brunch there. It was too closed in.
Push pull. Muscles are bulging, and the men's too.
Flinders Street Station is now covered with scaffolding, while it is repaired and repainted. In this photo, the vents have been covered over in preparation, then scaffolding and screening went up.
At South Wharf, I think that is what it is called.
Dog Jack has gone to live in Launceston in Tasmania with his mum. It is unlikely we will never look after him again.
A new leaf on the indoor plant is not welcome. The plant gets too big and has to be done away with. This is the third palm plant we have had here. We tried trimming back and root cutting, but they died. Easier to just buy a new one. Our disposable society, hey.
This is the outbound lane of the Toorak Road West/ Kingsway/St Kilda Road intersection. Gas, water pipes, storm water pipes, telecommunications and power are all being moved, leading to some traffic congestion.
The van is from out of town, Tarra Valley.
This intersection will never look the same again, least of all because many of the trees have been cut down.
A rain front approached.
And missed us, as often happens.
Often an old sign will be exposed when a building is demolished. Our land line phone numbers have gone from 6 digits to 8, but I can't see any need for anymore as so many people no longer bother with a land line.
I complain how little our local council does for us in our neglected and foreign strip of the City of Port Phillip, but they have installed some exercise equipment in the Little Sandy Desert. The equipment appears to be designed for older people, with some simple co-ordination items.
Nice work. Majorca Buildings, Centre Place, Melbourne.
Autumn arrived. Now it is winter.
It was hard to work out where the sky met the sea and this ship almost seemed to be floating in the sky.
We are very close to our neighbour's windows. Why do they insist on having them open even midwinter? Lighting the barbeque which sits less than a metre away on the balcony soon has them shut.
Colours of autumn.
One for Lee. But not of Queensland beans, methinks.