Fifty-three is such a “meh” birthday, and yet it was actually quite as good one, with a few highlights. Yesterday, I woke early and went out in search of an early morning “adventure”. I left the house before 6.00am, and wandered in the direction of Kings Cross. I figured an early morning breakfast in The … Continue reading Birthday Celebrations
According the The Guardian, there were hundreds. According to the ABC, there were just over a thousand. According to Fairfax, there were thousands. And according to both News Corp and Alan Jones, there were probably just a "handful of leftie, pinko, greenie commos". I don't know exactly how many people attended tonight's protest rally at … Continue reading Sydney Opera House Protest
Though it can sometimes be cold, wet and miserable in Sydney during winter, it can also be totally awesome. And yesterday, in the midst of our visit to the NAIDOC Week Arts Festival, I took a brief walk out in the sunshine. I sat down, I closed my eyes, and just enjoyed the awesomeness of … Continue reading Recent Views
Most years when my friend Sue and I visit Vivid, it's either cold, or wet, or overly crowded (or usually all three at the same time). But tonight was different: the weather was fine (in fact, warm enough to take our jackets off), and things weren't overly crowded. Oh, and we did the "VIP Tour". … Continue reading The higher view of Vivid in Sydney
Staycation (Day 3) started early. I woke at 4.30, and thought "I don't feel like going back to sleep", so I hopped on a bus to Circular Quay, to enjoy the sunrise, and to take some lovely photographs.