It’s no surprise to anyone how much I love Brisbane. I love, love, LOVE Brisbane. This is my home, I live here, wild-horses could not drag me to a new place to live. Ever. So when I remembered #snapbrisbane was coming up again – I knew I had to get out there and pound the pavement and get some new photos of the city I love so much!
I started with about 18 pictures from the weekend (down from about 40), but that seemed a little excessive. I try not to post too many pictures on IG in any one day, but when there is a 24 hour IG event, I can’t help myself? Let’s showcase our girl! So, I settled on 9, G helped me cull (*crying because I had to say no to several of them*).
So here they are, the selected 9 – I hope you enjoy!
Jacaranda Trees- ‘purple rain’ all through Brisbane from late September through to late November ❤
A sweet little view of the Kookaburra Queen, behind Mr and Mrs G bar down at Eagle Street/Riverside 🙂
The Mansions, up on George Street in the CBD. Built in 1889, in gorgeous Victorian architecture style.
This gorgeous brick wall, is located up the top of Beatrice Lane (off of Margaret Street) – the Former Watsons Brothers building was built in 1887 – the original stables are now used as a city Wilson’s carpark!
Margaret Street has a sassy little red-door which commands attention! This is she….say hello!
As we venture along the ‘Reflections on the River’ heritage walk, there was a road shut, so we couldn’t get to Queens Wharf Road, so as we kept along George Street – we then popped up this alleyway….look how cute it is!
Jacaranda Trees will always be my favourite and they have been in Brisbane since 1864!
South Bank in Brisbane is one of my favourite places and has been since I was a little girl – you cannot beat the beautiful archways with their buganvilia flowers :).
The cutest little bee in some flowers, in a Coles car parking lot I took this morning (armed with shopping bags of course!!).
Well there you go, 9 pictures of my beloved Brisbane which I submitted as part of the #snapbrisbane event.
If you would like to see more – follow the below link! I heard today that one of my pictures is going to be published in the newspaper (my Kookaburra Queen picture!) – so I am unbelievably excited!
Thank for reading, have a fantastic end of your week!
x C x