Posts Tagged Sydney Botanic Gardens

CROSSING THE LINE IN BLACKHEATH

CROSSING THE LINE IN BLACKHEATH

  Despite living in Blackheath for 17 years, I’m embarrassed to admit that  I still make new discoveries. Hard to believe I know….it’s not exactly a huge metropolis.  In this instance it was the small business centre over the railway line in Station Street.  What a revelation. 

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SAMMY THE BLACKHEATH RAILWAY SPARROW

SAMMY THE  BLACKHEATH RAILWAY SPARROW

REFUGEE SPARROW FROM THE CITY Some time ago a sparrow living in Sydney’s Botanic Gardens was assaulted by a giant white ibis.  A dispute had broken out over crumbs at the café and the little fellow came off second best .  He went into hiding, but that

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The Fabulous Fig Trees of Sydney

The Fabulous Fig Trees of Sydney

WHO GIVES A FIG?  I DO! I love Sydney; for the harbour, the museums and theatres, but particularly for it’s amazing old fig trees. Could there be a more iconic image of the city than in the photo below?  Sydney sandstone and fig roots inextricably  entwined. That

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