Steps in Old Sydney.


Port Fairy Windows.

Port Fairy was one of the earliest

settlements in Victoria and many

of its building reflect the architecture

of the time.

Sad, old windows.

The land on which this house stood changed hands

and a bulldozer was let loose on this house

and its surrounds.

You would never know that a building

once stood in this corner of

the paddock, now.



I’m not sure if it is known as a downpipe

in other parts of the world.

In Cee’s picture, there appears to be a downpipe

attached to the corner alongside the steps.








Black and White Challenge.



A huge wall of water?


Not really.

A illusion caused by POV.

While mother chatted to a friend,

little sister chose to cool down,

much to the consternation of big sister.


El Alamein Fountain…

…at Kings Cross…

…a well kown suburb of Sydney.








Kelpie and Labrador…our favourite brEEds

Australian Wedge Tail EaglE

Impalas are an African medium sized antElopE

African ElEphant

Cape Barren GEEsE native to south-eastern coast of Australia,

the southern coast of Western Australia

and in south-eastern Victoria.

Sydney Harbour FEncE

Port Fairy Fishing FlEEt







Down Under places to visit in

Sydney and Melbourne.


It has been around 50 years since my first

and only visit to the Opera House.

  Such a memorable visit and if

you do visit the Sydney Opera House…


…you will get a good view of the Harbour Bridge.

When you visit Melbourne the

Victorian National Art Gallery

is situated on Skilda Road,

a short walk from the

Flinders Street Station.   

It is located under the white spire. 

A ten-minute tram ride out to

Saint Kilda Pier is well worth it for

some very nice city skyline views.

If shopping in Bourke Street (CBD)…


…why not visit the

Royal Arcade…

…and see Gog and Magog

ring out the hour.


The Rod Laver Arena, home to the

Australian Tennis Open,

in January, is literally across

the road from…

…the Melbourne Cricket Ground

where the 1956 Olympics

and the 2006 Commonwealth Games were held.

Regular tours of the MCG and the Sports Museum

are available if you are that way inclined.





Black and White Challenge.


Dome Clock


Arched windows in Sydney,

New South Wales.


More arches on

Sydney Harbour Bridge…


Finally, the main arch of

Sydney Harbour Bridge





-for more than one – benches, couches,






Black and White Challenge.


I would have thought a higher fence

would have been more appropraite for

South African Safari Camps. 

However, this one at

Sauasage Tree Safari Camp

seemed to work.


This is the type of fence that I have spent

a life time building and removing…


…and these knots are how we join fence wire. 


Home made gate


Back gates into

Geelong Grammar School


Sydney Harbour Bridge





-for more than one – benches, couches,





Mid-morning Fog


Sydney Harbour Fence


Port Fairy Beach


Moorabool Valley


Bunjil Lookout