Craig Gascoigne: Byron Bay Sand Artist | Lynn B. Walsh #Photography #Art
Vietnam: First Visit To Dalat | Lynn B. Walsh #Photography
Our motorcycle driver took us to a local cafe for cold drinks and samosas while he negotiated a taxi ride for us to get back to the city.
Many of Melaka’s buildings are decorated in some way, shape, or form. This laneway with whitewashed walls, discovered on an early evening walk, is the perfect location for these painted murals. #Art
We ventured further than Georgetown today and took a Hop On Hop Off bus on the beach route.
Jonker Walk is the main street of old Chinatown in Melaka. On Friday night, both this and side streets are opened up to the night markets. Here’s a taste.
Malaysia: Penang Street Art | Lynn B. Walsh
“I am alive, I am here and now, and I speak my language. I practise my cultural essence of me. Don’t try and suppress me and don’t call me a problem. I am not the problem.” — Rosalie Kunoth-Monks
Rosa Parks & The Bus Ride That Changed History #Museums | Lynn B. Walsh
I love that you don’t necessarily need to visit a gallery to see the work of artists.
A short rest break then it was out for a quick Chinese meal, having clocked up 32 hours of nothing but the odd short doze. It was a relatively painless excursion across the ocean and through airport processes. A good start to the trip.
Fine Pieces Of Ancient And Contemporary Art: Vietnam Fine Arts Museum | #Art & #Photography By Lynn B. Walsh
My world feels occupied by so many metaphorical squirrels. Some might call them distractions. I like to think of them as evidence that everything is connected and thus requires exploration.
What follows is proof-positive that you can swing into activities straight off two long flights and a layover.