Well, it finally happened. A week ago, I opened up an online shop to sell the cards I’ve been making.
If you’d like to have a browse, you’ll find it over here at Etsy in CardsByLynnAU.
Here’s a sample. If you see something you like, custom made orders are available on the site.
No text. Just photographs of an old port city with multiple histories.
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.
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.
A couple of scratchings from photographs.
A few highlights from today.
Tracking down more street art murals. In this mix is Brother and Sister on a Swing and Children Playing Basketball by Louis Gan, a Penang-born artist and The Real Bruce Lee Would Never Do This, a piece from the 101 Lost Kittens project.
If you happen to be walking down near the wharves, it’s not hard to tell that a new cruise liner has arrived in town.
And a Georgian house, restored to its early 19th century state. The restaurant upstairs in Suffolk House caters for lunches and afternoon teas.