Sunday, September 6, 2015

Sunday bubble & squeak!



A slice of architecture, mixed with a daub of art, a dash of weird/happy, a cup of coffee followed by something sweet and lovely.. bubble & squeak.. leftovers! Do you sometimes go through your shots and think hmmm! why didn't this one make the cut? Didn't get much time yesterday, so here's hoping these offerings don't give you indigestion :) The embellishments atop the old and new above highlight the age difference. Take a seat on Oxford St. Leederville. Cemented in, those chairs aren't going anywhere, you may remember the mural across the road here..


Johnny Pascual aka Monkeybizzness 'traveling the world in a monkey suit to bring smiles and spread positive happiness'. In this world of 'bad things happening' this can only be a good thing, furthermore I see that he uses the same camera as moi, excellent! The guy to the left looks pretty determined not to smile.. that made me smile :)


 First rate coffee in FOAM. I once thought about doing a barista course, not sure if I could cope with a queue impatiently waiting for their first fix of the day, oh la! the pressure :)


Looking down James St. in Northbridge from the Cultural Centre on a crisp spring day...


Aimee taking shots that could be the very ones you will see on Daily Details..


... and here the sweet and lovely ingredient of my bubble & squeak. My granddaughter, the last time they were over from Sydney, getting comfy and watching telly with granddad :) Hope that you're having a super weekend, I can't decide today whether to clean the house, go hiking with Aimee and P or go to the Beaufort Street Art Market, what are you up to? Enjoy, take care and stay safe...


31 comments:

  1. A great selection! I enjoyed every one of them. Loved the architectural differences in that first photo!

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  2. Como siempre un placer pasarme por tu espacio. Siempre especiales las fotos que nos dejas.

    Saludos

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  3. The combination works really well. It has a sort of family feel to it too. I am liking the teamwork between you and Aimee. Fun that you share a common interest in photography. I'm following Daily Detail now.

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  4. I like all the leftovers, Grace! It is a holiday weekend here and the unofficial ending of summer. I would like to be doing nothing but have a lot of errands and things to do.

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  5. Fabulous places, faces, photos!









    ALOHA
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  6. A great selection with an excellent finale!

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  7. Oh, what great, fun captures for the day, Grace!! I love them all and your granddaughter is indeed a cutie!! Thank you for sharing the fun and the beauty!! Hope you have a great weekend ooops!! Your weekend is almost over!! Have a great new week then!!

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  8. Beautiful photos Grace. I do not know if I like the stunning buildings or the B & W best.
    Go for the Arts if it is not too late.

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  9. All of the photos are beautiful, but your granddaughter is by far the cutest!

    Perth is so beautiful!

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  10. How did your granddaughter grow so quickly? House cleaning can wait. Go for a hike. We'll get more photos from that.

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  11. Sounds like a great Sunday to me Grace...

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  12. Bubble and squeak has grown so much! What a cutie!!!!

    Send Johnny Pascual over here please!

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  13. An interesting mish-mash of scenes, Grace. The young one looks as if she is sailing in a dream in her own magical world. So adorable. And love the perspective and contrast of building styles in the first photo.

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  14. Quite the good collection of also-rans. That first architectural shot is eye grabbing. Also really like the B&W of the barista.

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  15. Lovely photos Grace, love the one of your granddaughter propped up on a pillow, so cute!
    Have a great Father's day with your family today.

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  16. Wow! What choices!! If it were up to me, I'd choose the Art Market or the hiking!! Whatever you chose, I hope it was AWESOME!

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  17. Lovely set of photos.
    And the litlttle kid is so cute !

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    1. I'm sorry, I moved my photos in my blog to another album on Picasa.
      Hopefully, you will now see my pictures :)

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  18. What a clean house.
    Not like this one...

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  19. Some very pretty photo's Grace and an adorable granddaughter you have.

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  20. Nice little look around - hope you went to Art Market.

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  21. I hope you Aimee and P went for a walk and that you had time for a look around the market too.
    We have been out for a long walk with our dog, and I don`t have more excuses for not tidy the house NOW.....

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  22. Great pics, Grace!
    No city can mix old and new that good.
    Love the monkey!
    The FOAM-pic could´ve very well be taken in the 50´s as well! What black-and-white changes is amazing! That and the fact there is no technical stuff to see.
    Brrr, looks cold in Northbridge. We´re down to 15C :-(
    Ohhh, time so runs, didn´t you just post pics of a tiny baby?!
    Off now to see the macro-shots!

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  23. Awww I love that shot of Aimee taking photos! It's so cool just having a wander around and seeing life happen around you and taking it all in. - Tasha

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  24. Awww she is adorable! And I see a Paris book to inspiring the little one, so sweet! I also love the first image, the different buildings and the lights.
    You made me smile reading your thoughts about barista course.
    Super cool post!

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  25. I always enjoy your photos, and especially your comments that bring joy and humor and often experiences and info I'd otherwise miss! Your grand-delight is precious, happy to see her again, and I will be checking out Aimee's photos too!

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  26. Your granddaughter is such a sweet looking kid! And I LOVE all the red. :)

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  27. What a great selection, Grace !
    I had to scroll down and up several times ! :)

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  28. All sorts of wonderful and different images today. I like the architecture in the first shot, the catch of Aimee concentrating on the shot, and, of course, your granddaughter!

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