I found these flowers at a birthday party. The pop of colour on the table looked lovely. So I stopped and captured it. It’s this week’s entry for Debbie’s Six Word Saturday. The image was taken on my phone and edited using Hipstamatic.
The daily commute. People moving in and out of the station as they head to work, casting shadows on the stairs in the morning sunshine. The photo was taken with an iPhone and edited using Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #4: Shadow
My mother once told me we don’t really move to a country when we step off the plane. We may be physically there, but the process of settlement, of truly arriving and finding your home in a foreign land is much akin to swimming there. “The toughest time is when you are half way. You […]
Forgotten Songs, by Michael Thomas Hill. Turn the corner in Angel Place in Sydney’s CBD, and they’re up there in the sky. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
An abundance of flowers at our local florist. However, I think these flowers are made of cloth… Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #3: Abundance
I went to visit George one afternoon. He is 95 years old now. But he was a young man when he enlisted in 1941 and was sent to Papua New Guinea to fight the war in the Pacific. He was a Group 1, Specialist Wireless Operator. “You know, the one who knew all the dots […]
Found on a walk one day. I liked the fancy petals against the stern wire fence. It looked determined to be pretty. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
When all else fails, try comfort eating… Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #2: Refuge
It started last year. The double bass player at our son’s school was in year six and about to leave. The strings and orchestra group was soon going to be without that deep sound that rounds out their music. There’s no glory in the double bass. They play the rhythm as the rest of the […]
Found near Hawker Lane in Chatswood. It’s a food court where we can get sushi and miso soup, ripped noodles with braised chicken and vegetables. You will find food from all over Asia there. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
A curiosity from MONA, Tasmania. Taken on my phone and filtered with Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post’s first Photo Challenge: Curiosity I know. I know. I will let go eventually and accept there are no more Daily Post Challenges. Just give me time.
155 years ago, four Irish nuns, trained in France, got on a ship and landed in Melbourne. They were Sisters of the Good Shepherd, an order that started in France only a few decades before by one woman, Sister Mary Euphrasia Pelletier. These Sisters were sent to provide support and safe housing for women and girls marginalised […]