Making a little stop on the afternoon walk. I think it’s important to support small business. 🍦
A gorgeous bluesky on a lovely autumn afternoon. I love this time of year.
This old gas stripping tower is along the Brisbane river in West End. The tower was used in the removal of tar and ammonia from raw coal gas. Made in 1912, it’s heritage listed and the only one of its kind left in Australia.
Afternoon walks at sunset are good for the soul and a very pleasant way to wind out the weekend.
A road along the river near me is a shared space for pedestrians and cyclists.
I often think how this sign is good life advice and not just a caution to cyclists.
I sometimes need to remind myself to take time to enjoy the world around me instead of ticking the next task off.
I went a different way on my walk and saw some street art I’ve not noticed before.
My battle wagon is ready.
It might also just be the local rowing club ready for the river first thing in the morning.
City hall in Brisbane, Australia, lit up for Christmas.