Hookey Reserve Charles Street
One of the nearby suburbs Mooroolbark has a community brochure called Living Today which highlights lots of interesting bits and pieces going on in the area. Way back in 2015 it had an article about an installation in Hookey Park….the open space/play area dedicated to a local identity John Hookey.
Large metal native/indigenous bird sculptures called The Flock were going to be placed in the park and after seeing this page and associated article I had it in mind to take a look see next time I was over there at the library……right next door 🙂
Of course you know what happens when you say that – yes it was over two years before I remembered to go (or should that be put my camera in the car when I went)
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It was a bright summer’s day when I finally saw them, some perched up high on poles keeping watch over the neighbourhood …
Others big and bold in amongst the greenery
Just the places you’d often see them….
Once the library reopens I am planning to have another look at The Flock. I’d go sooner but it’s out of bounds at the moment because of ‘you know what’ 😊
Joining in with Sue at Elephant’s Chid for this weeks Sunday Selections