|It came from outer space?!|
|The Brisbane Greek Club at the top of the hill overlooking Paniyiri 2018|
|Musgrave Park, Brisbane, Australia|
|GOMA (AKA the Gallery Of Modern Art) Brisbane, Australia|
|Patricia Piccinini at GOMA on May 19th, 2018|
Maybe I should have gotten a selfie with the alien looking creature...and maybe even the octopus, as well?-)
|A creature from the 'Curious Affection' exhibition|
|My vegetarian Paniyiri dinner option|
Get ye behind me Cthulhu, for I shall not be tempted to break my diet...until Christmastime anyway:-)
I grabbed a Cypriot chickpea salad and planted my butt (no, not a cigarette butt) on the hill and watched the entertainment on centre stage as the sky grew dark and the stars came out.
The park looked way different to the night of the book-talk when I looked out across the park from the Greek Club veranda, which I wrote about in this post -
Welcome to Country Under a Desert Sky?
|Looking out over Paniyiri towards the lights of the city|
As I'm sitting on the hill watching the dancers dancing around in a huge circle like a human whirlpool I spotted a shark...or rather a fellow Sharks supporter wearing a blue, black and white iconic jersey.
And he was dancing while wearing a moon boot, too.
So he was dancing with a busted leg the mad tough bugger.
|GO THE SHARKIES!!!|
After eating my delicious Cypriot salad I grabbed some Greek coffee and went to look at the wonderful Greek art that was for sale.
|I think I need one of these to hang from my iPhone;-)|
I ended up falling for the siren and she now hangs on my key-rack on my kitchen bench and under my 2018 wall calendar.