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Canterbury

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What is the plural of flamingo - flamingos or flamingoes? Yes. As we see in Glenore Road, Canterbury, their legs are so thin that they're almost invisible, yet they often stand on just one leg.


Carlingford

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A popular tree branch in Bankshill Crescent, Carlingford.


Carramar

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River Avenue, Carramar, is at the confluence of a cumulus and stratus climatic zone which, as you know, causes freak hail storms.


Carramar

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Benson Street, Carramar, has a tree that has gone to pot.


Cattai

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Hard at work in Millers Road, Cattai
(Also see next photo)


Cattai

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Hard at work in Millers Road, Cattai
(Also see previous photo)


Cheltenham

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This home is close to the end of The Crescent, Cheltenham, a closed road ending at a reserve of gum trees. Few people therefore see it. Our British visitors, who are used to such magnificent gardens and homes, may not find it unusual, but it certainly impressed this Australian.


Cheltenham

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A water well in Sydney? Yes, and if the drought continues, some of us are going to be jealous. Old Beecroft Road, Cheltenham.

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