Photos - Sydney West (continued)
Do you get the feeling that Busby residents
were fairly happy with the performance of this former
Australian prime minister?
Rest time in Green Valley Road, Busby. If you've ever
inspected teeth that are aged 92, you'll know why for
me it's not an apple, but a banana a day that keeps
the doctor away.
A blue virus spreads along a fence corralling pedestrians
up a path off Albany Street, Busby.
Walkers galore in Prince Edward Park, Cabarita
A montage of containers contains Alan.
The every-changing patterns tower over Grand Avenue,
Remember half a century ago when our washing lines provided choice of angles?
They still do in Maple Close, Canada Bay.
You can’t have a much narrower footpath or a
house closer to the road. But this is no lane or side
street; it’s the very busy Queens Road in Canada
Bay. There is a city, a suburb and a bay named Canada
Bay. (The blue line was used to show the route for the
runners in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Marathon.)
At Canterbury, the Charles St bridge
circles the Cooks River.
Like neighbouring Clemton Park, Canterbury goes in
for neat driveways, as in this Northcote Street property.
On the Cooks River path beside Canterbury Racecourse,
I’m more than happy that the sign on the tower
says “Strictly No Admittance”!