AUSTRALIA ~ The Antipodes

AUSTRALIA ~ The Antipodes
I love a sunburnt country / A land of sweeping plains / Of ragged mountain ranges / Of droughts and flooding rains / I love her far horizons / I love her jewel-sea / Her beauty and her terror / The wide brown land for me / ~ Dorothea Mackellar (1885-1968)


Monday, March 5, 2012

Norm Clarke Walkway

The Norm Clarke Walk is like a narrow alley between the shops at Rosebud on the Mornington Peninsula.
It features art on both sides, so that the artwork becomes like a mural - almost impossible to photograph collectively.
This is most of one side.

And this is most of the other.

And here is a selection of the ones I particularly liked!
The walkway just seems to be the opportunity to post any artwork?

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The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

love the idea of this art down a corridor....laughing at the Tintanic....what a hoot!!

Brian King said...

That's some beautiful artwork on display there. How neat to have a place like that!

XoXo said...

I love that Tin Tin art... :D and what a nice way to display one's art. So unique.

Eschelle Westwood Mumfection said...

I love little neat finds like this, makes me want to go on a city trip or something one day and just take pictures of all of them for the blog... i should really do that!

Maude Lynn said...

How fun!

Joe said...

I like the 'T' combo in the SS Titanic. Reminds me of a 'J' Party we had once. We had everyone from Jugglers to Jehovah Witnesses.

Linda said...

Very interesting collection of photos! Loved the lion, and the "Tintanic" was so cute, I read it several times! What a great use of the space - brightens up what would otherwise be another dull, boring alley!

VioletSky-Sightlines said...

There doesn't seem to be much cohesion of these pieces. The 'tins' is a fun theme to play with and they did it well!

biebkriebels said...

A funny way to make a wall a bit nicer.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Very cool! And a tough photographic assignment well captured.

RedPat said...

What a great place to go for a wander!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

An outdoor gallery! How cool. I'm glad you took close-ups of some of them. My favorite is the Tintanic. Very amusing. Alliteration! Rah! Thanks, Gemma, for participating in this week's Monday Mural.

Nellies said...

What a great idea, hanging these pieces of art in alley for everyone to see! Thanks for sharing, I really like them a lot!



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