Day 11: Self Portrait Theme
Project 365 has a weekly theme. You can submit a photo to the Project site and the photos are viewed and judged. The theme this week is ‘Self Portrait’. I took...
posted on Jan. 11, 2009
Day 6: Rockpool Reflections
This photo was taken at Sandy Gully Beach. Tess and I spent a lot of time rock pooling. I love the different elements of this photo…the reflection pool, the...
posted on Jan. 06, 2009
Day 1: Welcome to Project 365
My NYE 2008 was shared with some old and new friends in the seaside town of Dromana. This candle was in the centre of the table that we kept coming back to...
posted on Jan. 01, 2009
Day 29: London Buses
It was fun travelling into the city aboard these double decker buses. We toured the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and had lunch at Windows on the Bay at Mordialloc...
posted on Jan. 29, 2009
Day 26: Australia Day
Today I will celebrate Australia Day by spending time with family and friends.
posted on Jan. 26, 2009
Day 25: Tea Too
Every time I walk past this shop I admire this mural. Sometimes I indulge in their exquisite tea too!
posted on Jan. 25, 2009
Day 24: Chapel Off Chapel
Chapel Off Chapel is a popular Melbourne venue for intimate music and independent theatre. The name originates from the fact that this small converted church is...
posted on Jan. 24, 2009
Day 19: Animal Hospital
This morning I had to take my dog to the animal hospital. He has a lump on his foot that needs surgery. Walking back to my car I noticed this mirror in the car...
posted on Jan. 19, 2009
Day 12: Hedgeley Dene
This park is at the bottom of my street. I walk my dog through it every morning. It is a place of beauty, serenity and peace. It's a great start to the day...
posted on Jan. 12, 2009
Day 8: Lorne Ladies
This sculpture is one of the first things you see as you drive into the main shopping precinct in Lorne. They are attached to the Cora-Lyn holiday apartments....
posted on Jan. 08, 2009
Day 3: Remembering Grandparents
These Hydrangea flowers sit on my sideboard and are from my parent's garden. Others from the bush were taken and placed on my grandparent's graves for the new...
posted on Jan. 03, 2009
Day 9: Sandy Gully Beach
It was a 10 minute cliff top walk to get to this beach from our house. A perfect day at a perfect beach…and still relatively undiscovered. I love how vibrant...
posted on Jan. 09, 2009
Day 23: Night Light
This light sits at the bottom of my street. I am always fascinated by its beauty…especially at night. These photos give it a kind of eerie look.
posted on Jan. 23, 2009
Day 2: Dromana Beach Boxes
Beach boxes come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Individually, each one is unique in its appearance and character and as a group they are a colourful...
posted on Jan. 02, 2009
Day 18: Malvern Town Hall
This is my local town hall. Today the clock tower looked particularly stunning against the deep blue sky.
posted on Jan. 18, 2009
Day 4: Goodbye City
Tess took this photo from the car as we drove past the city skyscrapers of Melbourne. Our destination was Airey's Inlet, a beautiful sleepy seaside village...
posted on Jan. 04, 2009
Day 17: The Rivoli
The Rivoli in Camberwell is my favourite place to see a film. The Rivoli Cinema Complex is a much admired example of moderne architecture in Melbourne....
posted on Jan. 17, 2009
Day 13: Jam Factory
This stunning stained glass dome window is a focal point of the Jam Factory entertainment/shopping precinct in Chapel Street, South Yarra. The first shot shows...
posted on Jan. 13, 2009
Day 30: Melbourne Cricket Ground
The MCG is the largest sport's stadium in Australia. It is well known for hosting cricket in the summer and AFL football in the winter. The MCG is remembered as...
posted on Jan. 30, 2009
Day 27: Looking Up
I walked out the front door of my house tonight and saw the word ‘Happy’ written in the sky. It eventually evolved into ‘Happy 21 Jess’. Wow…a very special...
posted on Jan. 27, 2009