I love the discovery of something new. However these are fleeting moments. Once the initial excitement of the discovery wears off, the moment is never the same again.
My boys discovered the water wall at the National Gallery of Victoria last weekend. They were mesmerised by the water running down the glass. In fact, they were so excited by the wall that they spent our entire time inside the gallery asking if they could go back outside to it.
I decided to try my hand at colouring over my own photographs and creating “photo art”. At least, creating my definition of “photo art”. Here is my first attempt. I coloured part of a photo I took in black and white on the weekend. It is very basic. I don’t have any design software so I used good old Paint. I enjoyed playing with the hints of colour though. What do you think?
My family and I spent a lovely day visiting the National Gallery of Victoria. On the way, I decided to snap a few black and white photos of Melbourne. We didn’t have the best light for photography but I was undeterred. Here are the results.
These gorgeous little pathways are at Busykidz traffic school. Outside this play centre in Mill Park, Victoria (Australia) is a miniature road system, complete with traffic lights and road signs. Children ride their bikes around the pathways, learning road rules as they go.
These particular photos were taken last year at my son’s birthday party. They have outdoor party rooms with BBQs for hire. Although it was cold (and a little wet) we had a great day.
My son has also visited the centre earlier this year. He attended for a school program where they completed an indoor educational session as well as spent time on the track. He loved it! He also loved telling everyone about his party.