Caution: do not look at some of these photos if you are hungry.
This is the Jesuit community at the theological college in sunlight.
The next two are from the chapel at Trinity College of the University of Melbourne just up the street. It is an Anglican Church. Wish I'd had the tripod (which was back at the community).
This is the main entrance to the sprawling market.
There were several aisles of vegetable and fruit stalls like this one.
All of the produce was beautifully displayed.
The market is divided into sections for meat, chicken, fish, vegetables etc. This photo could have been taken at the Reading Terminal market. Except there were no Pennsylvania Dutch and, while I had a great boreg for lunch, no Fischer's Soft Pretzels (I would kill for one of those at the moment).
The fish and seafood section smelled as if I was walking along a pristine coast line. No smell of fish just salt water. These were as fresh as fish can be with moving.
I'm not sure what it is with Australians and elaborate jeweled masks. This is the second time I've run into the these. While the first time, at the Sydney Opera House Gift Shop, made some sense I can't figure these out. Nonetheless, they are interesting subjects for photography and digital manipulation.