Friday, 5 July 2019

special main street...


street art outside the Inverloch Community Hub...
(from left to right)
1. Samuel Anderson - Inverloch is a coastal rural town in South Gippsland, 125 km south-east of Melbourne. It is at the mouth of Anderson Inlet -named after Samuel Anderson, a settler at Bass River (1835), who found it...
2. The Ripple - 'The Ripple' was responsible for delivering timber for the first house built in Inverloch...Built in 1872 near Gosford, NSW, it serviced the Inverloch area for about 40 years transporting freight and passengers to and from Little Dock at Williamstown, Melbourne...
The service was monthly...
3. Coal - pre rail transport, black coal from the Wonthaggi mines was loaded from carts onto ships at Inverloch pier...
4. Shack Bay and Eagles Nest - Eagles Nest is a sandstone sea stack that sits on a wide rock platform and is awash at high tide. The formation can be viewed from Shack Bay...

The Hub is an amazing space...

Visitor Information Centre
library
Inverloch Community House - provides a wide range of programs,
classes and activities for the local residents
art space - currently exhibiting art work for NAIDOC Week
Below is a sample of the indigenous art on display

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

Thursday, 17 January 2019

grey summer quiet...

Who would believe that this is a summer morning, 
in the height of tourist season on the Mornington Peninsula...
Amazing how a grey, cooler day can change the textures of a streetscape...
This photo was taken early this morning at Safety Beach...

Friday, 11 January 2019

early morning street shadows...

Early summer morning street and car park shadows in Dromana...
Saint Mark's Anglican Church (1893) is in the background...

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