Tuesday 15 June 2021

No Rhyme Nor Reason

 Just some local curviform flavour ahead. 

The face of Dogecoin taking tea

Art deco coffee set in a shoppe window

Chinese tea for me
Tea-tini for Mr. P

Morgan Three-Wheeler
Turning heads in the 'hood

Council's stamp of progress on
The corner where works never cease

Beare Park homage to cartoon cat food

Putting some distance between patrons and staff
In the very nicest way

Footpath adornment for winter

Soup season is upon us

As is the seasonal joy of the Camellia sasanqua

Remember the Blood Moon?
'Phone cameras cannot capture the magnificence

Nor the Lunar Eclipse some minutes later

The El Alamein Fountain is safer phoney camera territory

The travelling installation known as Narcissus Garden
By Yoyai Kusama 1966/2002

Has come to the library of Alexander Macleay,
 Entomologist, natural historian & Colonial Secretary to Governor Darling*

The Greek Revival Elizabeth Bay House,
Never quite completed owing to Macleay's financial woes

But the delightful elliptical domed saloon
Is a great boon to the oeuvre of colonial architecture


* The same Governor Darling who had his own post around these pages recently and where, temptress that I am, I promised another on his undignified departure from the Colony of New South Wales. Fear not! It is coming soon.

Image credits: Flying With Hands

Bats In The Belfry