Brisbane.

Brisbane.

I dedicate this post to the beautiful city of Brisbane.

Sometimes I get bogged down by my daily routines and forget to remember how fortunate I am to have the life I live. Sometimes I forget to look up and notice the world around. Below are a collection of photos capturing those times I have looked up.

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Brisbane’s heritage can be seen only when walking on the opposite side of the road.
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Red Hill Vet, Red Hill

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The EKKA Grandstand
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Kelvin Grove
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Mango Tree, Everton Park
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Luggage Warehouse, West End

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To buy a fat pig.

To buy a fat pig.

Market to Market.

Brisbane weather is by far the best in Australia. This could be seen as a bias opinion as I am born and bred here, but each weekend offers more sunshine and endless amounts of markets to explore. Friends from Melbourne always send their love/hate for the perfect weather that enables the enjoyment frequent market ventures.

The quality and quantity of markets that are starting to appear in Brisbane is growing. The weekend just passed I went to one of my favourites in Brisbane, and its only a youngin’ – Red Hill Farmers Markets, on Fulchers Road. This market is full of food, glorious food! Delicious traditional food, arts and craft and live music. Usually markets are filled with fresh produce, but these seem to have a focus on good assortment of food. My favourite being the huge wheel of brie, slowly melted, then scraped onto fresh sour dough and served with home made relish.

I bought fresh daisies!
I bought fresh daisies!
Daisies bought from Red Hill Farmers Market
Daisies bought from Red Hill Farmers Market

West End Markets

Freshly baked fruit toast and coffee to go.
Freshly baked fruit toast and coffee to go.

Where is one of your most treasured markets that you visit? – I want to find one with an array of fresh fruit and veggies.