Dad and the kid at the Botanic Gardens.
My moon, my man.
The Houses for Swamp Dwellers by Julia Morison light up a treat.
The Government Life building, covered up.
One of the coolest ghost signs, on the way out.
And another day at the Botanics, trying to feed the ducks. But the eels kept them away.
This was a beautiful bit of street art, but lots demolished now.
The sunrise over the CCC demolition.
A bit in love with the new Stranges building on the corner of High Street. Angles, colour, light, and even a bit of stained glass – it is like the prow of some strange spaceship.
I remember The Treehouse and karaoke.
A piece of togs by Centennial Pool.
A beautiful demolition on Armagh/Manchester, made so by golden sunrise and surprise graffiti.
New art by Mike Hewson. Magic. Looks like some photoshopped creation, but it is all real.
Owen Dippie’s Ballerina, viewed through blossom.
Demolition on Cambridge Terrace.
Some pics of favourite books. I wrote a piece on these in BookLook, for the PANZ Book Design Awards.
More June 2014 photos.