Sydney: I've snapped a few of the interesting bits with my Leica M2, Contax IIa, and more recently a Rolleiflex 3.5F and a Leica R7 SLR.
Go to Gloria Jeans in Strathfield. Get a flat white and two babychinos. And stare out of the window, before going on the train down town.
Another bribe to get them out of the house.
Not to Scone or Wagga that's for sure. The high tech country timetable at Strathfield station.
Trains off this weekend - trackwork, hence the railbus.
A different perspective - looking towards the Opera House. The toaster refers to the appearance of the big buildings on the right.
They are pests - at the cafe in the Botanic Gardens.
Sorry I chopped the left one off. Botanic Gardens.
Drinking fountains at the top end of Botanic Gardens. Andrew and paul's favourites for squirting water.
I haven't a clue - but it was in the Botanic Gardens.
That's the Central BUsiness District to you and me. Spot the Centrepoint Tower in the background? This was at Botanic Gardens this weekend.
Do you realise how close I had to be to get this? He could almost peck my nose off!
On Saturday morning. Not so busy then.
Taken from the steps of the Opera House.
Going up ... [you've seen these before somewhere]
Going down ...
A little used short cut up to the station.
What more can I say?
It's in Botanic Gardens, near the Opera House.
I'm not going to pay $35 to go up it just to take a photo. So you can have this view instead.
From the top of the lift.
Well at least he didn't rip the flower off this time, as he usually does.
Taken by Paul up a tree in Burwood Park on his sixth birthday.
On Sunday we went out to Watsons Bay for a picnic with some of Linda's friends. The old man is Ronda's dad, who is visiting from Guilin.
This is an old naval school on the north shore, near Manly, that is being converted into a marine research station. You can now walk around it, so we did.
Linda's friends Song Ayi, Ronda, Ronda's dad and the boys.