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Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
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Look from my eyes, feel from my heartLook from my eyes, feel from my heart

This blog revolves around the life of a simple girl who hopes to see change...

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 
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Elizabeth is a Melbourne blogger who writes about art & photography, fo...

 


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James Cook (1728-79) lived in a thatched cottage in Marton Yorkshire during his youngest years. Shortly after, Cook Snr left Aireyholme to become a stonemason and in 1736, they all moved to Ayton. Until young James left Ayton to enter his apprent­ic...

When the Irish Experiment was conceived at the Melbourne Football Club in the early 1980s, Gaelic Football was seen as more like Australian Rules than soccer, rugby or gridiron. The experiment was very positive, especially for Jim Stynes (1966-2...

Read a newsworthy Age article by Carolyn Webb called “Was he Jack the Ripper", reviewing a book on British serial killer Freder­ick Deeming (1853–92). Then I will pose my own questions and comments. In 1892 while Deeming was awaiting sen­tence...

Square dancing teams, c1950  CaliforniaAmericans loved square dancing in the 1930s which grew out of trad­itional folk dance in the American West and out of folk dances in Scotland. American servicemen took the dance back to the UK la...

Front entrance to Preston MarketColonial occupation of the Port Phillip District from 1835 resulted in the survey and subdivision of the land, with the land being taken up largely for grazing, and then tanneries was establish­ed in Preston. In 1888...

Women gathered on a lawn, preparing to travelling around VictoriaState Library VictoriaVictoria’s Constitution of 1855 did not give women the right to vote. Women first received the vote in Victoria in 1863, when in a piece of faulty legislative dr...

Front veranda of Como House, surrounded by gardensIn discussing rare Australian colonial architecture in Melbourne, I wrote briefly about grand residence in Como Avenue, South Yar­ra called Como.Melbourne town was only 2 years old when the...