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Category Archives: Perth
At my local Hawker’s Market in Maylands I was fascinated by the bubbles being created by an enthusiastic younger generation.
The youngest need to be taught.
There can be sudden surprises
Even a short-term work of public art on the sward.
And then there is Bubblosaurus.
I don’t live in Fremantle but visit it often.
There is always something new and unexpected happening there.
Yesterday I went down to the Port
And saw this in Kings Square, outside the Town Hall.
YES!!! They have turned a pedestrian way into a dry dock!
And they are building a boat!
A wooden boat with planks and gun ports and all that.
Then I looked around and saw THIS – – –
The COOINDA. Beached as!
Apparently she spent some time on the bottom of the Swan River.
Now she is in Fremantle, drying out.
Apparently it is all a part of the soon to be Fremantle Arts Festival.
I think I will be spending more time in the Port over the next month.
I spend a fair bit of time wandering the streets of Perth and its suburbs.
I enjoy looking above street level because so much of our history is still up there.
So each week I will post the top of a building and leave it to you to tell me where it is. I will give the answer next week.
No prizes except for the private joy of knowing your correct answer is the first in the comment list.
Where is this “Top”?
Walking along the river path in my home suburb, Maylands.
There is a lot of beauty at this time of the year.
Then I saw this!
Then I saw a tree which has not washed its feet
That made me