Author Archives: Leefe
But there’s nothing so lonesome so morbid or drear
As a blog with no posts for a whole friggin year Continue reading
How does your suburb deal with monotony of every day utility objects and make them more interesting? Walking around Bondi Junction I found some nice beautification, including art on traffic light controller. These are all titled “days one” by Stephen … Continue reading
A striking image I caught at sunset in Chinatown, Sydney. The man looks over his shoulder, just as the UFO descends to snatch him.
Cadbury chocolate blocks are shrinking to 200g, but Woolworths still marks them as 220g on sale tags. I think we have an issue here Continue reading
Having just watched the first episode of The 100, I felt the need to write about one flaw of the episode. Why are they spacing people they don’t like? It’s a waste of resources. I can see the rational for … Continue reading
Back lanes of Surry Hills wet after the rain. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Inner city Sydney seem to be full of construction sites building apartment blocks, or converting old buildings into them. Here is a shot of one construction site squeezed between buildings in Chippendale, with cranes overhead.
Walking round the back lanes of Surry Hills at lunch time, looking at the lines of light and shadow falling across them. 1
Around Sydney there are more signs to remind pedestrians about cyclists. Amongst there I found a few telling pedestrians to be aware of Extra-Terrestrials over head. I mean, what else would a bicycle displayed above the people mean? (If this … Continue reading