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A peep at Melbourne City ~ Wordless Wednesday





























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  1. Lovely photos and brought back some memories to me when i went for holiday years back ago.

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    1. Perhaps it's time to go for another holiday...:)

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  2. Nice photos ... trust you had a good trip.

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    1. Thanks, Chris... I did have an enjoyable and relaxing trip!

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  3. The black and white photos look very classic. Such colourful macarons!

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    1. Thank you. Yes there're a variety of macarons in many of the cafes! Not cheap though!

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  4. Hi Cheah, I love this carefree places where you can stroll along at your own pace. Am I getting old?

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    1. Of course not, Kimmy. I do like to stroll along all these places, without a care in the world and enjoying the songs, music, tricks, rendered by the Buskers.

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  5. Hi Cheah! I was there just last year December.

    Nice shots and Thanks for sharing!

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    1. You're welcome, Chef. Believe that you too have had a wonderful time there!

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  6. Very nice pictures taken especially those black and white.

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    1. Thank you, Ann.... just trying out black and white clicks for a change!

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  7. I love those black and white clicks..beautiful!

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  8. Nice pics:D looks like taken by a pro!

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    1. Ahem! I'm only using a point and shoot camera! Thanks, Jeannie!

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  9. Hi Cheah,
    Thanks for sharing this:D
    This short peep with these lovely pictures brought back some memories of my last trip to Melbourne.
    That was years ago..lol, went for my second honey moon :D
    mui

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    1. I'll walk you down memory lane with more clicks of Melbourne soon!

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