This building is amazing – I would love to find out its story but time is against me these days. Perhaps it’s just nicer to wonder. Maybe it’s home to a commune of mice spending their days making cheese art.
For those who are not familiar with Alannah Hill’s designs – they are exceedingly girly and ultra feminine. The current window display at their Chapel St store is simply gorgeous with all these fresh spring flowers suspended in glass jars.
The jam factory closed in the 1960’s after a gradual downturn in the preserves/jam market throughout the 50’s due to the growing affluence of once were jam lovers eating more fresh fruit.
This little fellow is part of a stilts costume at the Polyglot theatre. Amelia and I were lucky enough to be part of a test audience for a new show from the Polyglot team designed for babies under 1 year called HOW HIGH THE SKY that will premiere at the 2012 Melbourne Festival this October. Highly recommend taking your little people along to this, it’s a unique experience and it made me stop and see through Amelia’s eyes for a short time.
In Fawkner Park the grass is vibrant and the trees are winter-bare perfection.
No, this is not a seat to shag on! But a seats covered in thick matted shag pile at a local shoe store.