A restaurant i think. Victoria Street, North Melbourne. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

 
I’m spending a long weekend with the Big T in Melbourne; one of my very favourite cities. Here are a few shots from my first couple of days here.

i’ve found a new place i could call home. Faded Victorian architecture and lots of quirky shops and cafes — I love you North Melbourne. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

“Pop up library” — at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

   

Taxidermy with bling — Kohei Nawaโ€™s PixCell-Red Deer, seen at National Gallery of Victoria. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

  

Kohei Nawaโ€™s PixCell-Red Deer, seen at National Gallery of Victoria. Quite disturbing seeing deer pelt through the glass beads. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

 

Dancing water. Wall of water in foyer of National Gallery of Victoria. Image: Su Leslie, 2016

 

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Six Shot Saturday: Melbourne

37 thoughts on “Six Shot Saturday: Melbourne

  1. Hmmm. These pictures appeared perfectly normal (and quite intriguing) in the emailed notification I received, but here on your blog, they’re ridiculously elongated, despite refresh after refresh. Anyone else having the same problem?

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    • Hehe. I was so busy photographing the wall, i didn’t touch it. I think that ever-changing, something new around the corner aspect of the city is what I love. I used to visit more often – when the boy hold was little and easy to take out of school, then the Big T stopped working here as often. Now he’s here most weeks, the boy is a man and I’m already thinking about my next trip here.

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    • Oh yes! I had the best time. It’s relaxing being on vacation in a city I know and don’t feel that I have to rush around and “see” everything, yet offers so much to do when I am feeling active (if that makes sense).

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