Photos - Sydney East (continued)
I keep forgetting what suburb I'm in.
Arden Street, the main access to the ocean beach, is typical Coogee.
Planners didn’t believe in curves to ease hill climbs. Streets are long, straight and steep.
Havelock Street, Coogee, narrows dramatically through an underpass,
and so does each of its trees
At Coogee, wooden steps allow boats to climb from Gordons Bay to the Eastern Beaches Coastal Walk.
Nathan Street's middle-aged unit blocks are typical of Coogee.
Colour, shape, size, location.
This building in Havelock Street, Coogee, has everything to attract your attention.
Sydney city and the Sydney Harbour Bridge
with Darling Point wharf in the foreground.
The chemist shop on the corner of Flinders and Campbell Streets,
Darlinghurst, brings back cherished memories.
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I've walked 4km today.
Could I have some Borax Xtals and three Sodium Sulphocyans to get my strength back, please?
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And I also need two Betulaes for my feet and an OL for my big toe.
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It's all worth a photo.
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