A month between fish'n'çhips

BYOL and a glorious late June afternoon, perfectfor enjoying fish'n'çhips from the Sandy Foot Cafe.

A beachside vigil.

Onion grass fossickers.

Alfred William Eustace art on gum leaf at Chiltern Athanaeum. 

The largest grapevine in Australia planted in 1867 at The Grapevine Museum in Chiltern.

Also found my uncle at Alexandra.  Donald was the eldest in a family of 11 children, my dad was the youngest and only 7 when his brother was killed in a motorcycle accident.  

A very large fig in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne, would be great for climbing.

We did celebrate food in Melbourne, it is Australia's food capital hands down.

A gorgeous fountain at night on our way to a pre-show dinner.

Royal Exhibition Building in it's glory hosting Finders Keepers Market.

The naturalist caught my eye.

Our final view of Melbourne cbd..  

A very lucky $2.50 find this week.  I want to have a go at making something like these.

It's been very windy and someone has lost their home.

Late July and fish'n'chips at Bermagui Fishermans Wharf on the way home from our five night mini break in Victoria.  

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