Photos - Sydney South
The jacaranda in Meade Street, Allawah,
was performing well when we visited.
The impressive entrance to the mosque at
the northern end of Wollongong Road, Arncliffe.
They found out that I planned to cheat by riding my bike down Princes
Highway, Arncliffe, instead of walking it.
Security cameras in Beverley Park catch a thief
in the act of stealing more than just the flowers.
(see next photo)
Beyond the Black Stump in Burgess Street,
Beverley Park, are reminders of these owners’
childhood years on farmland in Moss Vale, a country
town two hours’ drive from Sydney.
In Australian slang "beyond the black stump"
means out in the bush, a long way from anywhere.
You can't get a better deal than this unless you insist that the
Bonnet Bay tradesman pays you if you allow him to visit.
Taft Place, Bonnet Bay: The children were
driving me mad, so I told them to go outside and play.
Washington Drive, Bonnet Bay: At age 93,
it should not surprise if Alan were just a shadow of
his former self.
Trees in Shell Road, Burraneer, are typical
of the profusion of impressive trees throughout Ian