Coppin’s Track in Sorrento

I don’t know how I had forgotten about the scenic the cliffs and back beaches in Sorrento (a seaside town south of Melbourne). So, a few weeks back when we went for a walk along Coppin’s track, we were reminded by what we have been missing all these years! Coppin’s track is a walk that…

Do we have all the colours???

Street art of Hosier Lane in Melbourne doing their bit to colour our world for this weeks photo challenge of Roy G. BIV. Hmm . . . I think all the colours of the rainbow are covered here. ( I meant the photos!) Weekly Photo Challenge : ROY G BIV

Photo 101 : Home

To add a bit more fun to my posts, I have signed up for both Photo 101 and Blogging 101. I bet its going to be interesting! First assignment is Home. Well there are a lot of ways to interpret this but I am going to take it down the line. Melbourne is my home…

Melbourne Street Art – Part 2

More Hosier Lane street art from our weekend day out. 1. Cartoons which I always like 2. Not sure what to make of this one 3. They must have used a very very long ladder on these ones 4. One of my favourites And if you are not happy with any of the work you…

Melbourne Street Art

Last weekend, we decided to put on our walking shoes and walked the lane ways of Melbourne. Usually, this means shopping or hanging out in the many cafes as Melbourne’s lane ways are quite famous for small quaint boutiques and great aromatic coffees. However both of those options were shelved for another day as what…

Nighttime – Rainbow of colours

One of my favourite nighttime shots is of Flinders street train station during White Night Melbourne earlier this year. Different themes were projected onto landmark buildings and Flinders street station was no exception. In fact, she was the star of the night, wearing a kaleidoscope of colour that changed every few minutes. This was an…

“I made it” – Peter at Run Melbourne 2014

The alarm clock rings at 7:30am on Sunday morning. Sze Wey is stirring. I, on the other hand, have to get up and get COFFEE. I can function without coffee. But not as well. Not when I need that extra zip. And boy do I need the “extra zip” this morning. Reason – we are…

The Orange Army at Port Phillip Bay

I listened in amazement to my friends at lunch. Crabs were invading Rye Pier. Hundreds, maybe thousands of them. What in the world are they talking about? Can it be possible? And what’s with these crabs? Have they gone loony? Then when I saw the photos, I was sold! I dialled Peter’s mobile and said…

Hitting The Road Again

Every day in Africa a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death. It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle.…

Running for the Kids

Last Sunday we took part in a 5.5km run to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital here in Melbourne. As usual, we were a bit late for the event. Never one to pop out of bed with a smile, the difficulty level was set even higher when it involved both Peter and Aidan getting…