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Photos - Surprises - Shrub/Bush Shapes (continued)


St Johns Park

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Three perfectly-shaped giants welcome you at the entrance to Fitzroy Close, St Johns Park.


St Johns Park

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Further along Fitzroy Close, St Johns Park, one of Sydney's most beautiful streets, is a mixture of designs.


St Johns Park

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Sentinels on parade to welcome us home in Torwood Place, St Johns Park.



St Johns Park

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In Malvern Close, St Johns Park, mother kangaroo watches in alarm as her baby is about to be shot (by the camera).


St Marys

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A lot of work, including for the full stop which we've overlooked, has gone into this design on the corner of Great Western Highway and Charles Hackett Crescent, St Marys.


Strathfield

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Do you like our front door and steps in Wonga Street, Strathfield?


Wakeley

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Deer cavort in Gympie Place, Wakeley.


Wakeley

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Innisfail Road is typical of Wakeley's high standard of gardens.


Wakeley

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What can't a kangaroo do if you lift its tail? You could experiment in Kiandra Place, Wakeley, if this specimen came to life, or you can cheat and look at the answer here.


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