After being fascinated reading American blogging friend, Barbara’s post, about airport carpets, https://silverinthebarn.wordpress.com/2015/04/02/flying-carpets/ she inspired me to take some photos here in Australia. Melbourne airport is having renovations, so the carpet may be a temporary one. Boring compared to Barbara’s inventive post, even showing how their carpets inspired a tattoo as well as other goods. I hope you have time to read it, if you missed it.
Melbourne airport carpet
Canberra, the federal capital of Australia, has a huge glass wall to give a warm welcome to arrivals. The granite(?) floor looks new and well cared for.
Some variations of colour.
Sculpture at Canberra airport
Grandson, Will, looking out for planes.
Departure lounge has carpet in some seating areas.
Departure lounge has large soft round seats to soften the austere environment.
Canberra’s autumn sky.
Visiting Canberra is a delight in autumn with its many deciduous trees. We saw kangaroos at Yarralumla. I was not quick enough to get a close shot.
Tiny grey dots on the right are the kangaroos!
Alright, this is exactly what one shouldn’t do, stick a tree in the centre of a photograph. I was trying to be quick to catch the kangaroos, so I didn’t see the tree.
Canberra has a cycle path 100km long.
Married to an artist, I had to take a photo of this rainbow cake.
Good Appetite from Canberra!