February 2, 2010

Buildings in St Kilda, Australia

St Kilda is a bay side suburb, which is very close to the the CBD.  I have posted photos taken in this suburb before, and here are the links to the posts:

These buildings are along the beach in St Kilda.

St Kilda Clock Tower © Evelyn Howard 2010

The beautiful copper domed clock tower

St Kilda Sea Baths © Evelyn Howard 2010

St Kilda Sea Baths is a busy location with eateries, bars, gym, pool and spa. This side faces the road, while the other side faces the sea (next photo)

St Kilda Sea Baths © Evelyn Howard 2010

St Kilda Sea Baths

St Kilda War Memorial © Evelyn Howard 2010 

St Kilda War Memorial

Now, a fun and colourful photo…

Building under construction  © Evelyn Howard 2010

I think this might be a residential property when it is done. I know, I know… it’s a contrast to the other photos, and perhaps it does not belong here. But I do like the colours…

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10 comments:

Julie the Army Wife said...

These are beautiful! Makes me want to be at the beach!

Judy Butler said...

So Many amazing photos. Just beautiful. Judy

yoon see said...

The shots have got their charms!
Truly fascinating!

J Bar said...

Magificent shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Riet said...

What great pictures, love to see them

Regina said...

Beautiful world! I love the beach.
Great shots.
Thanks for sharing Evelyn.

diane said...

The lovely blue sky shows off the interesting buildings well.

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is admiring the fine brick work and the copper top on the tower. Modern 'architecture' of the Stacked Ice Cube Tray School of Design just doesn't have the character these older buildings have.

Sylvia K said...

What beautiful place, Evelyn! Terrific photos! Definitely a place I would love to visit! The beach looks wonderful! Hope your week is off to a good start!

Sylvia

Diane AZ said...

St Kilda looks beautiful and fascinating. The last photo is fun and the colors are delightful!

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