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Updated: 2017-11-16T20:08:33.507+11:00

 



The benefits of retirement

2016-04-08T20:49:18.028+10:00





It's still hot in Sydney

2016-04-06T16:00:21.274+10:00


Summer is having its last hurrah, but the pool is deserted in the middle of the day...just a few conscientious lappers come and go. It's heavenly.



Into the woods

2016-04-05T21:38:33.398+10:00


We walked home through the local park tonight. Football training was underway under the lights. It cast a glow through the avenue of oaks.



Why? Market Street

2016-04-04T15:00:13.253+10:00





After the theatre

2016-04-03T15:00:10.165+10:00






Ferries at dusk

2016-04-02T15:00:14.466+11:00





Romance

2016-04-01T22:09:35.695+11:00





Sunset reflection

2016-03-29T08:20:52.337+11:00





1 boat, 2 boats, 3 boats. Circular Quay

2016-03-28T10:50:01.059+11:00





Jet boating preparation

2016-03-27T10:47:59.516+11:00





From Circular Quay Station tonight

2016-03-14T23:21:26.969+11:00





Leichhardt Fire Station

2016-03-13T23:03:17.680+11:00








Wharf Theatre, Walsh bay

2016-03-11T08:42:54.869+11:00



Go to a performance of Sydney Theatre Company at the Wharf Theatre at Walsh Bay, stroll along to the bar and restaurant at the end, and here's the view.

Terrific adaptive re-use of historic finger wharves.



Shark Beach, Nielsen Park

2016-03-10T09:38:35.880+11:00


One last look at this beautiful beach on Sydney Harbour



The net

2016-03-09T09:28:42.887+11:00


Nielsen Park's beach may be called Shark Beach, but there's no need to worry about having a swim - it's netted during the summer months. Th floor of the enclosure. e bottom of the net sits on the sandy



Nielsen Park Cafe and Restaurant.

2016-03-08T09:12:46.092+11:00


(image) The cafe/ restaurant at Nielsen Park dates from 1914.

The verandah is a particularly pleasant spot to sip coffee, and watch dolphins travelling up the harbour.

Inside there's a lovely dining area as well.

Website here.





Floating

2016-03-07T10:00:12.775+11:00


This woman was having the best time floating around in the swimming enclosure at Nielsen Park.



Nielsen Park - looking west

2016-03-06T10:00:00.997+11:00


Another view from the water at the swimming enclosure at Shark Beach, Nielsen Park, Vaucluse




View from the water, Nielsen Park

2016-03-05T10:00:06.287+11:00


Floating, looking back at the cafe/restaurant at Nielsen Park.



Shark Beach, Nielsen Park, Vaucluse

2016-03-04T10:00:30.526+11:00


Continuing the Nielsen Park Series. See yesterday and the day before. Trees are also a feature of this lovely setting. 




Shark beach, Nielsen Park, Vaucluse

2016-03-03T10:00:19.864+11:00



Continuing a series started yesterday from Nielsen Park. This is one of my favourite Sydney harbour pools (though it is hard to choose!)

The beach is called Shark Beach, but no need to worry, it's protected by a shark net in the summer months.

Read more here. 



Shark Beach, Nielsen Park, Vaucluse

2016-03-02T10:00:23.625+11:00



Feel like a dip? Come on in, the water's great at Nielsen Park, Vaucluse. This is one of my favourite Sydney harbour pools (though it is hard to choose!)

The beach is called Shark Beach, but no need to worry, it's protected by a shark net in the summer months.

Read more here. 



Millers Point from Observatory Hill

2016-02-29T10:00:04.393+11:00


Some of the houses in this area are amongst the oldest in Sydney. They have been owned by the government as public housing, but, controversially, the government has evicted long term residents and is selling the properties. People are being rehoused elsewhere. What is clear though, is that what were once 'slums" are now highly desirable, multi-million dollar properties, and the poor are no longer welcome.....

NB - I do not know whether the houses in this photo are amongst those being sold.