Saturday, July 7, 2012

melbourne is a bit chilly
 photographer phil warming up
 but walking in the city is satisfying
spider graffiti
railroad style houses, with very non-midwest detailing
 the odd high heel captured at a florist shop
 alchemist's potion
in the print workshop
 in the trees
 above my head
yesterday i suddenly saw the birds
(i knew they were there)
they're boisterous
 out in front
this one was hanging around upsidedown, feeding
shadow play
(there might be wild things)


henrietta (aka ani aka zani) said...

a very different view then your usual landscape...hope you have time to walk around and capture where those "wild things grow" - they remind me of sendak a little...if only people spin as well as those spiders, aye?

Ms. said...

Delicious photography, smiled broadly at the 'Wild Things' vision!!!

ronnie said...

kee hee hee - 'wild things' in melbourne? indeedy you've got it!

Nancy said...

The spider graffiti is amazing, as are all of your photos. Let the wild rumpus begin!

Jennifer said...

Love the wild things! What a fantastic shot. Seems you've had a wonderful time. Thanks for including us on your travels.

Velma said...

henrietta, a day in the wild was very healing, indeed
ms., let the wild rumpus start!
nancy, great stitches...and a rumpus!
jennifer, your turn to go down under!

Valerianna said...

Great images! Love the spider graffiti.... reminds me of the person who did a project with thread mending webs... the last image is amazing, the light and the "wild things!"

Christine said...

I've enjoyed this series of photographs of your class and of the surroundings in Fitzroy.

Velma said...

valerie, spider tracks and wild things! that project was amazing, too.
christine, it's been a lovely lovely trip and fitzroy is happening. it was such a treat to "meet you" vis skype and marion!

india flint said...

that shoe looks rather uncomfortable...but the tree you spotted is a special one, Eucalyptus caesia ["Silver princess'] ....native to the West and rather lovely

Velma said...

india, i'm so glad i spotted a grand eucalyptus! it was beuatiful.

neki desu said...

after joy nature, which is another kind of joy indeed.

Velma said...

neki, so different this nature, yet so familiar.

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