Brooklyn Tuesday Streetart – 9

BROOKLYN, USA Amidst the crazy and chaotic graffiti world in Brooklyn, Tim found these amazing true to life portraits on the walls by Jorit. Jorit Ciro Cerullo, professionally known as Jorit, is an Italian street artist.

Food Truck Windows in Akoona Market

I am such a fan of markets. Christmas markets, winter markets, art markets…. vintage, treasures, books and super-fresh organic produce. I went to the local Akoona market a few weeks ago and this time hubby and I focused on the food. I had so much fun seeing the colourful Food trucks and what awesome. variety…

My Melbourne weekend

Saturday, I and hubby decided to go to the city just because… We started off at about 4 pm and saw this magnificent autumn colours and the weekend sky. Inspired by Hammad’s Weekend Sky Challenge I wanted to go and see the Temple of Boom at the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria). We got there…

Random Public Art in the Philippines

It has been two months since I have returned from my holiday in the Philippines and I still have a lot of leftover photos that I haven’t posted. So here are more public art for Natalie’s challenge. Photographing Public Art Challenge – PPAC The Trees is a modern sculpture symbolising the Circle of Life by…

Boardwalk Benches

This was in Frankston when I had my moody walk a few weeks back. Linked to Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge

The Green Doors of the Good Shepherd Chapel

This is a continuation of my series about the Abbotsford Convent. The Good Shepherd Chapel is located at St Heliers Street, next to the Abbotsford Convent. Built in 1871 by the Good Shepherd Sisters. In 1863, four sisters set sail to Melbourne from France to provide a safe house for women and girls experiencing hardship….

Windows in my memory

This is the Yap Sandiego Ancestral House in Cebu which is one of the oldest houses in the Philippines. I took this photo in 2012 and I am posting it today because I just remembered that I had a photo taken here on this window with my two sisters. This is in remembrance of my…

Hosier Lane Tuesday Streetart – 8

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA This is in Hosier Lane in Melbourne. I didn’t even notice the person looking at me until now that I am posting it. Sorry for invading your space. A work by El Rolo, one of the few artists brave enough to keep painting through all the Melbourne covid19 lockdowns! This is one of…

An afternoon in Tooradin

We strolled along the jetty and watched the sky as the sun sets. This was in Tooradin, a quaint fishing village in the bayside township, southeast of Melbourne. Inspired by Jo’s Monday Walk But first, I had an ice cream cone to quench my cravings. Sometimes there’s a scenic cruise operating here in the area….

Cloudscapes and Skyscapes

“Clouds in the sky very much resembles the thoughts in our minds! Both changes perpetually from one second to another.” – Mehmet Murat ildan I am a fluffy cloud kind of person. they’re so pretty and so I basically take a photo of it every time I see it. Here are clouds taken from nearby…

Is it raining … or not?

The sky in my backyard And at the same time, the sky in my front yard. Will have to wait a few more minutes to see what’s going on. Haha Inspired by Hammad Rais’ Weekend Sky

Another look at the Convent and its Doors

This is a continuation of my walk last Sunday at the Abbotsford Convent. Aside from windows and public art, I also found so many doors. Founded by The Sisters of the Good Shepherd in 1863, there are 11 buildings in this site. Built in 1887, this building was primarily used as a ‘finishing school’ for…

Candid shots in the Philippines

I am usually shy in taking photos of people unaware… but here am I taking the chance. Inspired by Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Catching People Unaware

Tuesday Streetart – 7

MORNINGTON, AUSTRALIA These are streetart on doors of the Bathing Boxes in Mornington Peninsula. You can join me, if you like, with some of your Street Art photos. You can tag me on Teresa’s Tuesday Streetart

A walk in Abbotsford Convent

After having a hearty lunch for Mother’s Day, fam and I went to the Abbotsford Convent to spend the rest of the day walking and talking about what has gone by during the past weeks that we didn’t see each other. With lush gardens, the Abbotsford Convent is a slice of the country, an art…

Blue Skies for Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s day to all the hardworking, persevering, caring, loving, funny Mothers out there from all parts of the world! Hope your day was/is great! This is my blue skies for Hammad Rais’ Weekend Sky Challenge. Opposite the cafe where we had lunch! Lunch at a pretty pink cafe called Feekah. Thanks to my kids…

Dream… Create

It may be McDonald’s for you, but it is called Maccas here in Australia and McDo in the Philippines. This is how McDo looks like in one of the branches that we passed on our roadtrip last February 2023. Inspired by Xingfumama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge.

Caleruega Chapel

This is the Caleruega Chapel of Transfiguration located in Nasugbu, Batangas in the Philippines. It is a beautiful church known as the most popular wedding chapel around Tagaytay. It is perched on top of the highest hill surrounded by panoramic views. Unfortunately the grounds were closed because there was a retreat going on that day….

Monday Windows in Batangas

Well, I am still in my reminiscing mode so here are windows from my latest trip back home. Batangas is one of the most popular tourist destinations near Metro Manila. It is where you can find the well-known Taal Volcano. Here are windows inspired by Ludwig’s Monday Window. This accommodation was built high up which…

Tuesday Streetart – 6

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA One only has to use ones eyes to discover more murals on the wall… at Flinder’s Ct in Melbourne CBD. “It is in their eyes thattheir magic resides.” – Arthur Symons The two murals below are by the Melbourne artist, Lukas Kasper. You can join me, if you like, with some of your…

A Moody Walk

When I first saw the theme of the challenge for this week, I was confused as to what direction I was going to take. There were so many different ways of tackling the subject. But it was a Sunday and my hubby and I decided to go for a weekend walk to relax. So there…

Weekend Sunday Sky

After a few wet days … my Sunday turned out to be a pleasant sunny day. Have a great day everyone. Inspired by Hammad Rais’ Weekend Sky

Doors with no walls…

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.” – Joseph Campbell Art installation at the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens. At the Orlinda Museum in Tagaytay, Philippines. Inspired by Dan’s Thursday Door Challenge

Tuesday Streetart – 5

BLACK ROCK, VICTORIA, AUSTRALLIA Found this tribute wall in Black Rock… a suburb of Melbourne. Please click to enlarge the photo. You can join me, if you like, with some of your Street Art photos. You can tag me on Teresa’s Tuesday Streetart

Windows in Manila

I am now back to reminiscing my trip to the Philippines. While driving around Manila, I saw these windows of apartments. Inspired by Ludwig’s Monday Window

Autumn in Emerald Lake

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”-ALBERT CAMUS Autumn … how lovely it is to sit under its lovely coloured foliage … from yellow to orange to red to maroon to amber and brown. I am sharing with you some lovely scenes of autumn in my part of the world. For…