:: My Point Of View ::

February 2, 2011

A Little Bit Of Melbourne

Filed under: Australia,Inside The Shutterbug's Bag!! — lv @ 5:13 pm

the garden is not royal botanical garden. it’s actually fitzroy garden. and it is captain cook (not hook) sorry i mislead you before this.

this is basically our day 2. a half day city tour. just cruising around the city, stopped for a bit at some interesting points and snap snap snap!!! that’s it. then we had the rest of the day on ourselves which we spent on shopping!! eeeekk…. that’s when i purchased my supre! ๐Ÿ˜€

ok. let’s look at pictures.

at the majestic St. Patrick’s Cathedral.


St Patrickโ€™s Cathedral




a statue at the compound. anybody know who is this man?

the fitzroy garden. captain cook’s cottage is there.


perfect for a romantic walk, no?! *jiwang*


it's ok. i'll walk alone this time.... T__T


some random house in the park



ohai beautiful flowers!!


Captain Cook's Cottage


inside of Capt. Cook's Cottage


ahhh.... i can walk or just chill here any day....


very edgy architechtural


i want......!!!!


Shrine of Remembrance




The Flag! one of my fav!!! ๐Ÿ™‚


*sob* my throat hurt from refraining myself to cry T___T


and the heroes deserve all the medals


another interesting looking building




the street that i miss....

and dont say i never take any skyline shot laa….



be blessed, peeps!!



  1. Love all your pictures. You inspired me to appreciate photography.. sbb sama2 perempuan bah and not to sia2 the places im gonna travel in future! time to get better camera!

    Comment by Makeupgeeek — February 3, 2011 @ 8:03 pm | Reply

    • tq! tq! cali lah ur reason… but u have a bf that’s a pro whose work i really admire and whoe blog i stalk that u can always turn to for advice ๐Ÿ™‚ *envy*

      Comment by lv — February 16, 2011 @ 5:40 pm | Reply

  2. Hello again Lea, again you have some stunning pictures to offer of my birthplace.
    The statue is of Cardinal Daniel Mannix, who was Catholic archbishop of Melbourne for years and years.
    Even though he died just a few years after I was born he remained an influence on the city. He was a part of Melbourne just like Flinders Street Station or the MCG. Except, well, they’re still around and he isn’t.

    Comment by gregoryno6 — February 5, 2011 @ 11:45 am | Reply

    • hi gregoryno6,

      thanks so much for the info ๐Ÿ™‚ glad to know. your birthplace is a beautiful place indeed!

      Comment by lv — February 16, 2011 @ 5:42 pm | Reply

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