Tag Archives: Sydney
A collection of cloud photos from today.
Across the pedestrian crossing to the Blacket building on the corner of George and King streets. All the window filled with ‘Now Leasing’ signs. A little hard to see in the small version, but an interesting tile of text in … Continue reading
A view from Anzac Bride across to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Taken as a bus carried me over the bridge to Balmain. I think it is quite good for a short taken with a camera phone as the bus hurled … Continue reading
Having been in Japan for a year it was interesting to find a Yoshinoya in Sydney, on Oxford street. Apparently it has been there for a years, and I never noticed. Inside it didn’t quite feel like a Japan Yoshinoya, … Continue reading
Once News Plus, now minus news. It seems the news agent in the food court under Myer in the Sydney CDB has gone. Replaced by a Angus & Robertson book sale. As an interesting aside, the food court is covered … Continue reading
On the corner of George and Liverpool streets this afternoon I noticed this altercation between a tour bus and a car. The bus driver was trying to get the car to reverse away. Looks like the bus tried to turn … Continue reading
Do you catch the train at peek hour in Sydney and feel a little squashed? An article in the SMH on Monday stated that 73.6 percent of trains were overloaded, some with up to 145% capacity usage! Of course 100% … Continue reading
The light rail outside Market City, the Paddy’s market building, in Chinatown Sydney.
A SWEEPING, multibillion-dollar transport plan, to be unveiled next week in a discussion paper from a leading transport researcher, Garry Glazebrook, of the University of Technology, Sydney, proposes linking almost every home, office and university in Sydney to upgraded train, … Continue reading