Auntie, Sister. Grandmother, Great-Grandmother,
Mother and Wife of German Descent
I've lived in Australia since 1959 together with my husband Peter. We have four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. I started blogging because I wanted to publish some of my childhood memories. I am blogging now also some of my other memories. I like to publish some photos too as well as a little bit of a diary from the present time. Occasionally I publish a story with a bit of fiction in it. Peter, my husband, is publishing some of his stories under berlioz1935.wordpress.com
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12 thoughts on “Sculptures by the Sea”
wonderful photos. what a lovely exhibit! Thank you so much for posting these
Thanks for visiting, Kate. Yes, the exhibits were very good again this year. We went to see the sculptures last year too. They exhibit different scuptures every year. I think in 2006 we went for that lovely walk by the sea for the first time. We’ve loved it ever since.
Because we went on a weekday this year, we saw several school classes with their teachers. Unfortunatlely it got extremely gusty when we were walking along the top and I didn’t feel like taking photos then. But Peter took some more photos. Some of them you can view in my next blog! It was overcast most of the time, but luckily it didn’t rain.
ooh it’s so hard to walk on that terrain when it is super-gusty! I can understand not wanting the distraction of playing photographer in those gusts!! So nice that you and Peter could go. I look forward to seeing more pictures.
Our youngest daughter doesn’t live far away from Bondi Junction and was able to meet us there and come along with us for the walk. You can see her in one of the pics on Tamarama Beach with Peter. It was really nice that she could come along with us!
I Love all the concepts in your photos nice post 🙂
The Sculptures by the Sea event always gives ample opportunities for picture taking. And I love this walk by the sea for as long as it doesn’t get too windy! It’s a breath- taking scenery! In my next blog there are some more pictures of the sculptures.
What a smart idea for an exhibit of sculptures… Wish I were there. 🙂
It’s well worth to have a look. There’s a different exhibit every year. I think it usually lasts for three weeks and many people take the chance to have a look.
Thanks for capturing this event. Now I want to wiki more.
Glad you liked it. Wishing you Happy Thanksgiving!
I wish there is something like this in Texas. This photos brought sunshine and inspiration to my day . Thank you my friend. You always bring good and happy thoughts and images . Wishing you and your family days of love and happiness.
Thank you, IT. All the best to you and your family too and Happy Thankgiving!