Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The visual delights of Melbourne.

Today I will not badger your ears with banter.
Today I will seduce your eyes with sights.

A picture heavy post, 
so let us dive in.

Come with me on a visual tour of glorious Melbourne.

A city of beautiful buildings,

spellbinding shops,

 laneways, arcades and eating,

groovy rides,


 peaceful parks,

and fabulous fashion.

I couldn't help including the mini fashion photographer running around with her mum's camera.

Unfortunately the sounds, smells and tastes are not included in this tour.
To experience them all I highly suggest that you take a trip to Marvelous Melbourne Town.
You will not be disappointed.

Melbourne, Victoria - May 2016


  1. A fine collection of photos. I am impressed with the old classic buildings.

  2. Some spectacular shots and buildings there, Des...sorry :-) Melbourne looks a bonny place - confess I particularly liked the E-Type and the model village - but some real OTT Victorian stuff there!

    1. Yes lots of Victorian stuff there. More than Sydney I think. Makes for great period dramas.

  3. Love especially the first building -so romantic! And the feathered gown is nice to look at, but I don't think I would choose it for an event:):) Great post!

    1. Thank you. I can imagine myself living in that building - but not wearing that dress :)

  4. As a resident of Melbourne, it is always interesting seeing our town through the fresh eyes of a visitor. Warm regards, Elizabeth

    1. Hi Elizabeth, thanks for stopping by. You may say my feet are in Sydney and my heart in Melbourne :)

  5. Beautiful shots, and gorgeous architecture!

  6. Wow! everything is awesome: city, architecture, costumes!
    Very nice publication!
    xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :)

  7. Thank you. It's a town that caters for everyone :)

  8. Love especially the first building -so romantic! And the feathered gown is nice to look at,

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