Photos - Sydney East (continued)
Why do the laws of refraction and reflection
not seem to apply consistently at Muddy Creek’s
boat ramps in Banksia?
In McPherson Street, Banksmeadow: Could
I have this blue one please?
Going by car sure beats going by foot. The entrance to Banksmeadow's shipping terminal.
Hello, is that the plumber? This is Botany Road, Banksmeadow, calling.
We think that somewhere one of our pipes might have a leak.
Do you still want to be Santa if Fairfax Road, Bellevue Hill, is part of your route?
Beside the Parramatta River at Birchgrove we see a formation of which any army would be proud.
Six perfectly straight files, of orange tiles, shrubs, lights, trees, seats and moorings.
And we can add the two walkways for eight straight lines in one scene.
A ferry, on what we claim as the world's best harbour,
heads for Birchgrove's Yurulbin, more widely known by its former name, Long Nose Point.
In Birchgrove, all that remains of the
Balmain Coal Mines, Australia’s deepest ever.
What a wonderful effect when three adjoining
houses in Ballast Point Road, Birchgrove, go for colour
Short Street, Birchgrove, is a haven for
fascinating old-style houses that are national treasures.
River Street, Birchgrove, hovers above
one of its houses. This small dwelling is right beside
the Parramatta River.