Monday, 28 February 2011

Southside: less pretty bits

Less pretty...but I like them

A rusty old bath on the decaying verandah of
a Foote Street house

Cobblestones and corrugated iron

Roses and peeling paint

Southside: On the waterfront

Kerford Road pier

A bite?

Near Station Pier, Port Melbourne

Port Melbourne

A cruise ship at Station Pier

Sunday, 27 February 2011

Southside: On the street

Beaconsfield Parade

This might have been Dorcas Street, South Melbourne

Albert Park

Albert Park

South Melbourne Town Hall

Opposite the Town Hall. I love the striped verandahs
and the window boxes.

This stretch of Clarendon Street has got to be one of the most
charming streetscapes in Melbourne.

(P.S. to be continued)

Signday (yes, I'm obsessed)

In the old Sunday tram service on Park Street

Not sure if this vintage store is called The Suit Hospital
or if that was a previous tenant.

Albert Park

Also Albert Park

A double decker off Clarendon Street, South Melbourne. I can't make out
the first word of the top sign but then it says "weekly quarterly payments".
The bottom says "dry cleaners". That could have been another sign
 to the left of the window too.

Saturday, 26 February 2011

More signs

Off Little Bourke Street near the GPO. I think this sign was for the old Money Order Office.

The former Sir Charles Hotham Hotel, corner Flinders and Spencer Streets

Saturday, 12 February 2011

What the?

I spotted these rainbow clouds from the concourse at Southern Cross Station. Google (oh, how I love thee) tells me that it's
 a rare phenomenon called a circumhorizontal arc.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Saturday, 5 February 2011

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

Corner of Union Lane and Little Collins Street

Elizabeth Street. I've never noticed this one before. It caught my eye as I was backing up to take the shot below.

Newman's Chocolates? I love the use of the word 'removed' instead of moved and
 that they felt a permanent sign was necessary to tell everyone they've shifted shop.

Friday, 4 February 2011


Look at those weird patchy, low hanging clouds. Taken Friday night after the deluge.

Thursday, 3 February 2011


From the William Barak Bridge
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