Last weekend we made it out to MOMA – the Saturday market at MONA – for the first time.
We didn’t stay long, just a couple of hours, but it was lovely to soak up some warm, late summer sun as we lounged around on the beanbags. DorkyDad made a brief appearance on stage for some poetry and music, DorkySon enjoyed exploring the wigwams and making some clay spoons in one of the tents, and I enjoyed both the ‘Wapple’ juice I got from one of the stalls (watermelon and apple, for the uninitiated), and a glass of Moorilla’s finest.
Because we headed out to MONA by car rather than boat, I spotted the beautiful Chapel for the first time, and completely fell in love with it. Sculpted of intricate ironwork and stained glass, it’s a work by Wim Delvoye, who also created DorkySon’s favourite piece at the museum – the iron cement mixer.
My photo was just a quick iPhone shot, snapped as I stood under part of the chapel and looked up to the bright blue sky.
I can’t wait to go back and spend a little more time there soon.
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