“So I Just Took Some Photographs”

Crippled with a bad back and not being able to sit for long or toil in my orchard, I stole a page from Derrick and took some photographs.  Walking around my neighbourhood yesterday, I snapped some pics with my iPhone on my way to nowhere.  My suburb sits right at the mouth of the freeway and it’s a pleasure to cross it while smiling at the waiting cars (though it was lunch time and there was no traffic).


It was cold.  The top temperature was only 6ºC  but the last few days’ unseasonal warmth had pushed on some spring bursts.  Such is the weather of Sydney.


I went into the local park and looked for signs of life in this hopeful tree house

A musician was practicing in the park.  I don’t think he’s a busker or he’d picked the worst spot for his business.


A vignette worth crossing the freeway for ?

About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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17 Responses to “So I Just Took Some Photographs”

  1. Dalo 2013 says:

    Whenever I feel a bit restless, a walk around the city I am in brings out something special ~ and your photos and observations prove this one again.

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  2. I glad you were able too get out to do this, Mary; and thank you for the link :)

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  3. zdunno03 says:

    Hope you get some relief from your back pain. I know how that feels.

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  4. arlingwoman says:

    Nice walk and nice pic’s. So what’s the smoke stack? Is it a vent for an underpass?

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