I’d finished my week of teaching penance so to celebrate I jumped in the car and took the peninsular road down to the lighthouse at Cape Schanck. Parked the car and walked down from the lighthouse car park to Pebble bay. As it’s a popular stop it’s all stairs and boardwalk and an easy walk on a spring day, you could even do the walk in a suit … Continue reading To the Lighthouse
Walking down through Circular Quay to the Rocks with my girl, planning on dinner at Lowenbrau.
Rockside Sydney the big coat hanger always dominates the skyline it’s nowhere near as beautiful as say the Golden Gate bridge but for raw built to last a thousand years power there is no other, it is ‘the Bridge’ of our civilization.
…with an eye dotting of the lead dragon head float, then a twilight procession from Town Hall to Darling Harbour. Continue reading Enter the Dragon…
Moments after hail stones and windstorms lashed the top of the mountain the view clears as the outer skirts of the storm ride to the east. Continue reading Storm Passing, Mount Tamborine
The Drop tower. That’s a 120m tall tower with a great view at the top and a stomach clenching 5 seconds of free fall to get back down again. Did this ride as the first one of the day, after that everything else was tame 🙂 Continue reading Tower
Gold coast scrapers shoot up out of the sand dunes in a knife edge conurbation that starts at the beaches edge and then within one block their dominance just as abruptly ends. If they were living things I’d call this an ecological micro-niche… Continue reading Scrapers