Posted by: Leap of Faith | February 26, 2015

Graffiti


One thing I love about Brisbane is it’s cleanliness. You don’t see a lot of garbage or graffiti on the streets – unlike other major cities in the world or Australia, for that matter.

For some reason, though, our not-so-recent trip to Melbourne last year, made me have a better appreciation of how something as dirty as graffiti can be used to uplift a place. In fact, the city has capitalised on this by making it one of the must-see things when in town.

Hosier Lane in Melbourne’s CBD, is just one of the many alleyways that tourists go to if they want to appreciate pop art. We, of course, made sure that this was duly ticked-off from our long Melbourne bucket list as soon as possible. Thankfully, we weren’t disappointed a bit. In fact, I wish we stayed a little longer to appreciate every colourful expression on the wall.

Here are just a few of the photos we took that day.

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  1. And…he’s so BACK!!! Props to you! Am back too – idol kita e – hahaha! :p

    • He he he. Hope we can keep it up! Just realised how much fun we all had reading up on our blogs before. Too bad we had a big gap.

      • Yup. Hope we do blog on more regularly – makes for good witnessing too, don’t you think? 😉


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