Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Y is for yellow...

Y is for yellow...
(Continuing my series on the Mornington Peninsula)

There are many unusual features around the Mornington Peninsula that are dressed in yellow.

Above is a sculpture for sale at the Tyabb Art and Craft Village.

The old Dromana Hotel is bathed in yellow.

Yellow umbrellas in a Mornington street

Signs for wine and vineyards may be proudly yellow.
The one above is at Merricks General Store.

Even rusting yellow has its charm.
This old boat has been sitting in the front yard of a Hastings property for some time.

Many many peninsula boat sheds feature in yellow.
This is a view of Dromana beach and just one yellow boat shed and another touched with yellow.

yellow shines
even on grey days
yellow smiles

The street sign in Dromana often welcomes summer visitors with a touch of yellow.

Linking to:
ABC Wednesday Round 12 - Y is for yellow


Carver said...

Great selection of yellow sights. I love the first sculpture and yellow is such a cheerful color on buildings. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

Leslie: said...

So So prettY...I love the soft yellows against the blue!

abcw team

Robyn Greenhouse said...

Love that sculpture for sale! Wonder who the lucky person is who bought it!

Roger Owen Green said...

What a nice, sunshiny post!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Ann said...

Oh the sun garden sign is a winner.


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