Monday, July 26, 2010


It was a beautiful day yesterday, we went for a drive and ended up at Kyneton, for a bowl of pumpkin and pear soup with crusty bread for lunch.
Kyneton is full of old buildings with wrought iron lace, bluestone, lots of cafes, galleries and nic nac shops.

This beautiful memorial was made for the Black Saturday Bush fires, 7 Febrary 2009.
Each mosaic leaf was made with love for the 173 victims.
The leaves were made up of broken china, beads, stones, glass and photographs.

Found this old building in the main street. The tiles reminded me of the front porch of my Grandmother's home in Manly NSW. I used to play a type of hopscotch on the front porch.

Old gate at St Pauls Anglican Church. I love old wrought iron gates.

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