MORE PHOTOS OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
By Rosemary Nissen-Wade
Melbourne Town Hall with clock tower, from Elizabeth Street.
A section of Federation Square – a place of cafés, exhibitions, tourist information and all kinds of gatherings. City buildings in background.
This Aussie Rules football is a bit too big to kick!
Sculpture at McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, Langwarrin.
This instrument really does make melodious music when the wind fills it!
Another sculpture at McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park.
Boreks (a Turkish delicacy) have become a Melbourne institution.
Lunchtime queues at historic Victoria Market.
Good day, Poets!
Great to see you today. Look forward to seeing what you link today (and tomorrow) here at the Pantry. I do enjoy the variety of topics and forms that I see as I make the rounds. Hope you will be making the rounds as well.
Today we continue with some more of Rosemary Nissen-Wade's photos from Melbourne, Australia. She makes Melbourne look SO inviting!! I was there once and would love to go back. Please take a look at Rosemary's article from this week if you haven't seen it. She featured one of our 'poetic ancestors,' Francois Villon and his poem 'The Ballad of Dead Ladies.'
Tomorrow come back and see a Poetry Blog update, courtesy of Sherry. This poet has been featured before, but it is always nice to return a year or two later and see what is new in a poet's life. And here in the Pantry we will be featuring photos this poet took for the two following weeks. I've shared her photos here below. Hint hint. But today I'm not naming names! Smiles.
Susan's Midweek Motif prompt on Wednesday is "Teacher - One Who Teaches." Hopefully to see you for that as well!
Enjoy the Pantry today!