It was a beautiful night. A warm night. A friend and I bought cheap-ish tickets to the Opera on the harbour. I left my husband and young son at home, and we saw fireworks and betrayal play out over the water. The giant orange ball was supposed to represent the rising sun. Alas for poor […]
Taken one cold and wet morning on the way to work. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #16: Water
It was just a little posy. But it was pretty. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday!
Well, it was tiny when we saw it. Then I zoomed in and took the picture on my phone. Now it looks huge. My apologies to anyone who hates spiders. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #15: Tiny
There is a mountain in Hobart. I’ve always known it as Mt Wellington. But it reclaimed its aboriginal name not too long ago — Kunanyi. On a clear day, you can see the Derwent river stretch before you and flow out to sea. Not that day though. We had gone up but the clouds covered […]
Strong and vibrant. Red is one of my favourite colours. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #14: Red
Potentiality for Love — Mahdollinen Rakkaus, by Eija-Liisa Ahtila. The installation by the Finnish artist questions the potential for empathy and love between living beings. Using LED modules, the artist creates a moving image of a woman who looks like she is floating through space. It’s a sketch of a distant memory; of a mother; […]
A cockatoo on the roof of my in-law’s caravan. As bold as you please. I guess we were intruding on its space!
Taken on one of my early morning walks some time ago. For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Two round faces on the wall. We were at an Aleks Danko exhibition some years ago at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The image was taken on my phone and edited using Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #12: Round
It was yum! For Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.
One giant painting of a man with a bird cage. Found on one of our walks around our neighbourhood. Taken on the phone and edited using Hipstamatic. Via the Daily Post Photo Challenge #11: One