“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).

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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.

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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.

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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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