Entries in the ‘Birds’ Category:
filed in Art, Balaclava, Birds, St Kilda East, Tram 16, Tram Route 3 on Jan.24, 2013
Is graf art or urban art taking on a new look? Where are the strong and vibrant colours we usually see in a piece?
This piece decorates the wall along the side of Westbury Street as it intersects with Carlisle Street in Balaclava. I love it. I don’t miss the vibrant wake-me up colours.
It is perfect [...]
filed in Birds, Gardens, Melbourne, Melbourne Botanical Gardens, St Kilda, Tram Route 96 on Nov.13, 2012
An evening picnic to celebrate this birthday has been arranged for this Friday, the 17th of November 2012. The friends of the St Kilda’s Botanical Gardens are celebrating the garden’s 151 birthday by inviting everyone to a free picnic from 5- 8pm – picnic into the dusk is what they are saying.
They have arranged live [...]
filed in Birds, Gardens, Melbourne, Melbourne Botanical Gardens, Parks, St Kilda, Tram 16, Tram Route 67, Tram Route 96 on Oct.26, 2010
A pair of magpie-larks or mud-larks, as they are sometimes called, have honoured the Rainman statue in the St Kilda Botanical Gardens by making a nest on his arm.
They look very much at home and secure as they fly to the statue and settle on their nest to keep their eggs warm.
I haven’t seen many [...]
filed in Albert Park, Birds, Cafes, Food, Melbourne, Parks, Tram Route 96 on Sep.20, 2010
Albert Park and Albert Park Lake have moved into spring with the cutest and most beautiful baby swans (cygnets) sifting through the grass and gliding around on the lake. Some are very young – just balls of pale grey fluff and it is amazing to see them staggering about on their little legs.
One family of [...]
filed in Albert Park, Birds, Cafes, Food, Melbourne, Parks, Tram Route 96 on Jul.28, 2009
The Carousel, is an events center with a café attached. It is on the edge of The Lake in Albert Park – such a great position. It’s a stunning experience to sit on the deck outside the cafe, sip coffee, while swans and ducks float by, joggers pant past and walkers chat as they amble [...]
filed in Birds, Melbourne, St Kilda Beach on Apr.26, 2009
St Kilda is a great place to see some of Melbourne’s population of Rosellas. They sleep in the palm streets around the tram stop at Luna Park. In the morning you can see them flying off and at dusk they head for home in great flocks swooping into the palms and yelling to each other. [...]