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“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.” – Pedro Calderon de la Barca

For V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #51: Green

The trams of Melbourne are green

Green light projections in the Melbourne yearly event, White Nights.

Green Streetart in Melbourne CBD and the second one is in Frankston, Victoria

‘Ophelia’ by Deborah Helpern is one of the most iconic mosaic sculpture in Southgate, Melbourne. With my bestie, one sunny day!

Green sculpture in the Poppy Kettle Playground in Geelong, when my niece came over for a short holiday.

Green plants, shrubs, trees and artificial birds.

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