Photos - Sydney West (continued)
Alan in reflective mood. Musgrave Crescent, Fairfield West, has Sydney’s best windows.
The guard dog is so fierce at the corner of
Thorney Road and Gregory Street, Fairfield West that they have had to brick it in.
Here in Fairfield West we beat your suburb for football fields, don’t we?
And we have 20 netball courts too.
You might have to play swappies with your friends,
but eventually you could have a shopping trolley from every supermarket chain.
This fine collection is in the front yard of a Fairfield West house.
…to take a seat and look at the developer's hoarding in McKinnon Avenue, Five Dock (see next photo).
Yes, I know that this is a lousy photo.
Too much empty space in the middle, for starters.
You can improve on it by following these five easy steps:
(1) Find a Sydney suburban house with a large backyard.
(2) Make sure that the yard has a cow.
(3) Round up a couple of goats.
(4) Now sprinkle liberally with hens.
(5) Ask them all to kindly squeeze together in a tight group for a happy snap.
That will clearly surpass this Lyle Street, Girraween, effort!
A guy could waste away to a shadow waiting for the lights to change at Pittwater
Under construction in Lamb Street, Glendenning:
it's some church. And with 1500 families, it's some congregation.
The opposition is opposite (above and below).