Glass Prisms and Fong Lees Lane
We’re in Dubbo, a big regional centre a couple of hours further west.
Having been to the open range zoo last time, and not keen on historic gaols, it had to be the cultural centre. The main is a section of one of Ross Manning’s light sculptures, made from glass, LED light, an oscillating fan and timber.
I couldn’t find any information about the small red building in the extra. Fong Lees was a huge department store in Wellington but closed during the Great Depression. A couple of years ago local artists painted murals along the store’s back lane to celebrate the town’s Chinese history.
Thanks for hosting Ingeborg.