Elizabeth Quay, Western Australia

I was going through my photos this morning and stumbled across a tiny bit of sight-seeing that I managed to do over in Perth this week.

Mind you, I am no professional photographer and was unable to do the cityscape and view any justice. But at least I tried, right?

This huge piece of artwork is known as the Spanda, a 29 metre tall (95 ft) abstract sculpture that resembles a razor clam shell to me.

Otherwise known simply as the Elizabeth Quay Bridge. I thought this structure was quite stunning …and a little serpent like.

This attraction is a full-sized replica of the historic boat Duyfken moored in Elizabeth Quay.

I thought this was pretty cool. As a history pleb, this gave me serious Pirates of the Caribbean vibes.

These photos were taken at Elizabeth Quay, and despite being in the middle of Perth’s city precinct, the seaside felt quiet, tranquil and almost rural.

I have fallen in love with this sleepy city. If I had to move here, I don’t think I would be too displeased.

Love Linda, xo

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