Well I figured while I’m posting non card related posts I might as well run with it. This past Easter I went to visit my daughter who is at university in Brisbane. We had a lovely time catching up and sight-seeing around Brisbane.
Here is my daughter Cassandra in the mall.
If you haven’t been to Brisbane before it is full of installation art. Here Cass is standing beside these huge silver balls. They look great during the day but at night they have multi-coloured lights in them. Unfortunately I didn’t get a photo of them at night, but take my word for it they looked impressive.
While we were walking around the city we found some amazing looking buildings. We both agreed that this one looked like it belonged in Gothan City….. tee hee
Brisbane is a city of contrasts, not only does it have beautiful old buildings like these ones.
It is also full of modern art buildings. Check out these for artistic.
This looked liked the side of the building was covered in snow.
These huge butterflies were all along this incredibly long building. It was so large I couldn’t take a photo of the whole thing so I had to make do with close up shots of different sections.
How beautiful is this old clock tower? The City of Brisbane really do a fantastic job in taking care of its heritage buildings.
While we were wandering up and down Queen Street Mall we came across Alice in Wonderland, the White Rabbit and the Mad Hatter. They were handing out Easter eggs and had a play area set up for little children.
Here’s the White Rabbit doing his best male model pose.
This is a photo of the city skyline from Southbank with the Brisbane River in the foreground. Brisbane really is a pretty city.
And you can’t visit Brisbane without riding the Brisbane Eye. We rode the Brisbane Eye early Easter Sunday morning and it was a lovely way to start the day.
Well again, thanks for visiting.