Posted on May 23, 2010 by Neil
Posted on May 18, 2010 by Neil
Today is rather colder and wetter.
The Chinese flower maker is there often.
Posted on May 9, 2010 by Neil
a market on this site, with an interruption in the 1990s for building work, since 1834.
Posted on October 25, 2009 by Neil
Posted on October 18, 2009 by Neil
from my archives, photo post, recycle | Tagged architecture, Chinatown, Haymarket, multicultural, nature, NSW, people, street shots, Sydney
Belmore Park near Central Station is an area I have known well. For example:
Here it is last Friday:
Yes, tents for the homeless. See July 2015:
Homeless Sydneysiders gather in Belmore Park in tents and sleeping bags.
This patch of ground opposite Central station – a thoroughfare for most – is home to a growing number of Sydney’s rough sleepers. Since January, the perimeter of poverty has expanded to at least 30 tents, with a highly transient population including many people from regional NSW. The tent city has doubled in size over the past month, according to the City of Sydney.
Homelessness on the rise just as temperatures set to plummet, 7.30: 10 July 2015.
Half a decade ago I stood here and took this for my photo blog – just part of my daily round then. I was probably heading to or from one of my coachees in Chinatown.
Posted on March 13, 2009 by Neil
In November 2008 I had a series
Best of 2008. Here are three more.
Roof line with clouds: Sydney Chinese Garden
: waterfall – October 2008. The link takes you to the whole set in its original context. Chinese Garden
Reflections: Sydney Chinese Garden