The bare bones are showing of the house my father once lived. The wall frames, the door frames and even the frame of a chair that once provided a comfortable place to sit and take in the country landscape.
A county view
I visited Sydney for three short days in June and I want to go back to see it’s Chinese Gardens in full bloom as it was amazing during winter.
There is so much to see and take in at Sydney’s Chinese Gardens
I was fortunate to be in Sydney for the June 2016 Vivid Festival with my son for three days of walking, music, fun and laughter. He even tolerated me stopping suddenly to take photos.
I don’t know who this performer was busking on at the Quay but he put his heart and sole into his performance
The train station was a beacon of light
The changing sails of Sydney’s famous Opera House
The Opera House was a focus point of the Vivid Festival as projected images on its famous sails transformed it into a screen that lizards crawled over
When there hasn’t been much rain for months on end nature might as well be use the gutters of the shed for something
The weeds seem to get more water in a dried up gutter than in the garden.
What ever went that way it is very interesting.
A magpie doing a very good impression of a pointer dog.