We ate a scrummy lunch under the tent at CERES cafe today. I love CERES park/farm and will really miss it when we leave Melbourne. I find it has a wonderful atmosphere and is really calming for the soul, I don’t get there nearly enough.
Amelia loved checking out the chooks.
I really love how this photo looks like there’s been a filter applied – but it’s a #nofilter image.
We had a picnic at the National Aboretum in Canberra on a beautiful crispy spring day. This sculpture ‘Nest III‘ by Richard Moffatt is mostly made from recycled farm machinery.
We spent Fathers Day having a picnic at the Royal Botanic Gardens here in Melbourne. The sky is stunning!
Over this weekend Chapel st was closed from Dandenong Rd all the way up to Commercial/Malvern Rd. They dug up the road and replaced the tram tracks – apparently the last time new tracks were put down was 1974.
Many shops closed for the five days while they worked round the clock replacing tracks and re-concreting. It was quite disconcerting as it really changed the atmosphere on Chapel st itself (obviously), as well as on all the side streets – damn eerie!
This is the outside of the fun Windsor cafe/bar Tyranny Of Distance which is a converted petrol station. The green wall caught my eye today as we went for a late afternoon walk to catch the last of the winter sun.
I have many shots of reflections in my blog and there’s about to be two in a row. I love how they are a window to a different world.