Custody changes during my Melbourne stay (of me from Mum to Lil Chicky and back again, the latter of these taking place in a car park) meant that uploading of photos for this post did not go as seamlessly as planned. But with perseverence – and a return to Gidday HQ’s wifi realm – I have prevailed. So take your marks, get your
thongs flip flops on and let’s get this Armchair Tour underway.
|This hard working fella can be found in 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea….|
|…as the ‘in’ crowd – complete with piercings and an assortment of headgear – gathers at The Sign Of The Seahorse to catch up with the latest snail(mail).|
|The sirens’ song and come hither looks of Mermaids tempt you to venture further…|
|…whilst this giant of the sea keeps a beady eye on visitors and carries the weight of a former civilisation – the Lost City of Atlantis – on his back.|
|Maintenance is an important part of the Sand Sculpting world so it’s best to invest in regular check ups…|
|…before things get out of hand.|
|This creature of the sea casts a lascivious eye over passersby…|
|…as it would appear that, like Poseidon, wild horses can’t keep them away.|
|And just when a couple of cuties might convince you that it’s safe to go back into the water…|
|…you might find yourself caught out by the bare (faced) cheek of the natives.|
It’s a fascinating exhibit with lots of intricate detail and cheeky fun throughout – it’s worthwhile going back and revisiting each to discover new elements you didn’t see the first time around – as well as a speedy 10 minute demonstration of sand sculpting by one of the team on site.
If you want to read a little bit more, you can pop over to Mum’s write up on Weekend Notes. Or if you are actually in the Melbourne area before the 28th April, get yourself down to the Frankston Waterfront and find your very own fishy favourites.
Phew! At last, that’s post 1 (and resolution 1) for 2013 done.