Just a few minutes before the storm started this afternoon, the sky was a scary – yet very pretty – shade of grey with hints of blue in the places where the lightnings were. I didn’t get a chance to get a better picture from afar because I was rushing to get to the ferry terminal. But I can say it was even more awesome in real life!
Spring in Brisbane means Jacaranda season. Purple haze of blooming Jacaranda dresses up the city and walking under these line of trees feel so great, almost surreal. I was treated to this amazing view on an afternoon walk – how good it would be to live in one of the apartment buildings lining up this street!
Last Friday, I visited the BrisStyle Indie Market, a popup market showcasing handmade stuff – ranging from handmade jewelry, illustrated designs, hand-sewn pillows and baskets, pretty knitted hats, soy candles to indie nail polish. Though I didn’t get anything, it was still a very fun and inspiring visit. I insisted that I need a sewing machine – I wish to learn sewing pretty pillowcases such as those ( D is not convinced.. yet! ).
Just a snapshot I took while waiting for our ferry home last Sunday after our visit to South Bank’s Regional Flavours. I thought the sky looked pretty, and the quiet ripples of the water were calming. I always love hanging out around South Bank, I think I should start visiting more often and probably do a little morning walk in this area.