Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Before, and after.....


I have to confess I didn't get out and about yesterday, so I'm delving back into the photos I took last Sunday at Sculpture by the Sea. Aimee and I arrived in Cottesloe at 7am in an attempt to beat the crowds, the heat ..and find a car park! Above shot taken standing on the mole looking up towards Indiana Tea House and below a few hours later when things started to 'busy up' a bit, speaking of which..I'm hoping for a less hectic day today, hope yours is too, take care and stay safe.....

24 comments:

  1. It looks like a delightful place! Hope you are staying cool.

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  2. I agree, it does look delightful! Stay cool, safe and enjoy!!

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  3. Looks like fun! I've been hectic too Grace and hope for a bit of down-time to recharge a bit.

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  4. I think you deserve a day off! Cottesloe has always appealed to me, I'm not sure why and your gorgeous photos just reinforce that belief!

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  5. I like coming here to get a fresh breath of summer air. (And I suppose I'll enjoy your winter when me are in the midst of summer.)

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  6. Very lovely extra glimpse! That ocean is the perfect backdrop! (I noticed the Indiana Tea House seems to run a Indifish & Chips kiosk, yum yum:)

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  7. It was worth it getting out of bad early in the morning! :-)

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  8. Hello! My sons left Byron Bay, headed to Sydney for St. Patty's. Haven't heard from them in a few but they say they hope to end up in Perth! Judging from the map they have a long way to go but you make it look so ideal. How is employment in Perth?

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  9. Awww, the Tea-House looks beautiful! Haven´t even seen it back then. Beautiful pic, so miss the sea! And beach, for that matter!

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  10. I love that tea house. Gosh, so early on a Sunday morning... I'm not sure I could do it, lol, I'm laaaazy!

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  11. I like all the activity and bright colors in the second shot. I'm with Ceil, hard to get up early on a weekend.

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  12. Still a little warm in Perth, heh? Well, you can handle it. Lovely place and lovely photos but it does look a wee bit crowded. You can handle that, too, I'm sure! :-)

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  13. The sculptures on the beach sure did draw a crowd ... and rightly so.

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  14. It looked like a busy day. I've not been taking many photos lately as I've started running every morning, instead of walking with my camera!
    Duncan In Kuantan

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  15. I'm not a fan of crowds :-)
    Checking out for a while, Grace, so catch up with your blog in a few weeks...

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  16. More proof that this is a very popular event.

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  17. love the colorful people on the beach ....

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  18. what an amzing set of sculptures - just been scrolling down looking at your earlier posts. Regarding charity shops - the only problem is there are two in the mall already and at least another six around town.

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  19. Great pics of opposing sides of the beach - love it!

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  20. Wonderful images, this beach has lights for weekend! The sculpture is very interesting!Great shots!
    Léia

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  21. Hmmm, that Indian Tea House looks rather grand. I would definitely have to go there and have a look around and perhaps have some light refreshment...ha ha!

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