Photos - Sydney East (continued)
For Tamarama bottletop photos see here
Seen in Dover Road, Rose Bay: evidence
that graffiti gangs are getting younger.
A bit of history: Alan re-visited, for the
first time in over 60 years, the house in Powell Road, Rose
Bay, where he and Marjorie lived in 1942.
They spent part of their honeymoon sheltering under this staircase
from attacks by a Japanese submarine that had found its way
into Sydney Harbour.
It is hard to believe that this was Sydney's first international
Catch a sea-plane from New South Head Road, Rose Bay.
We hope this tree in Balfour Road, Rose Bay, realises
it has been blessed with such artistic symmetry.
Crystal Street shows the most common rubbish you find in Rozelle gutters…
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I can't see Alan. Oh, there he is, in Victoria Road, Rozelle.
In spite of the proximity of New South Head Road's traffic,
this is a very pleasant part of Rushcutters Bay with playing
fields, parkland and, of course, the bay.
Can you find a lower speed limit in your
area than this one in Argyle Crescent , South Coogee?
Two photos of the coastal walk at South Coogee, when placed
side by side, miraculously transform the Pacific Ocean into