I spent the morning re-doing some electrical drawings for John. I can honestly say that electrical were not favourite when I worked at the MMBW. Give me mechanical any day, even though I spent the last 5 years in the Geology section.
After lunch we called into work for photocopies to be made for additions.
Stopped in Williamstown for a coffee and the wild winds were blowing against the car.
Wild weather towards the airport.
These fishermen were either game or silly to be out on the point.
If they were blown into the water, at least you would be able to see them in their fluro jackets!!
Traveled into the city by train to see "Skyscraper 2D" at Gold Class, a Christmas movie voucher.
A far fetched movie with Dwayne Johnson, "how do you climb a multi story skycraper with an artificial leg" and enjoyed it despite jumping out of my seat several times.
Shot in Hong Kong, we recognised many of the local areas.
I enjoy looking up.
I try to find textile pieces in the surrounds.
These remind me of the Moroccan tiled plates we saw in Casablanca.
Off on a joy flight.
"Frame Melbourne" in Spencer Street.
A design research collaboration between RMIT School of Architecture & Design and Landlease's Melbourne Quarter development. Initially the students developed a postcard and social media campaign which was promoted across Melbourne's multicultural landscape.
They invited locals and visitors to share an image that captured the essence of life in Melbourne by taking a photo through a window of their favourite space in the city.