Photos - Sydney North (continued)
Every decade or so, Australia tries to change its flag.
Anzac Avenue, Denistone, will have none of that. But we could consider a new flag combining the
main features of the flags of Nepal (triangular), Libya (all green) and India (includes a wheel).
Just one of the many trees that have Elston Avenue,
Denistone, in a blaze of colour.
How come I’m always first of the
four cars home in the afternoon and I always want to
be first to leave in the morning? Seen at Denistone
Communications in Elder Road, Dundas:
Branch A: Branch A to Trunk. Branch A to Trunk.
Trunk: Come in, Branch A.
Branch A: Advise that Branch B has BO coming from that nasty brown patch.
Trunk: Roger. Message received. Will action. Over and out.
In Wassell Street, Dundas, each side is having a strategy meeting before the battle begins.
Optical illusion at Kenworthy Street, Dundas: Isn’t
it amazing how things like footpaths appear narrower
the further they are away?
Rest stop on a creek crossing on Schaffers Track, Dundas.
(Yes, we do the tracks as well as the roads.)
What is the purpose of this building? (see next photo)
You didn't guess right, did you?
What if I'd told you that it's in Lord Avenue, Dundas Valley?
All the major denominations are represented on Evans Road,
Dundas Valley … Catholic, Anglican and God's Letter Community Church.
I couldn't work out what this structure in a grassy stretch off Friendship Street,
Dundas Valley, is all about. Neither could the hens, who keep a suspicious eye on it.