Summer has landed in North Sydney

It is the first of December, and summer has officially started in Australia. Here are some beautiful colours from one of the pocket parks of North Sydney's business district. #summer #NorthSydney #Australia #lifeinthelanddownunda #phonecamera #cityscapes #flowers #nature #colours

Celebrate QVB

The Christmas season has officially started at Sydney's Queen Victoria Building. The heritage building houses shops and restaurants ranging from mid- to high-end in terms of class and price. The commercial centre has managed to keep it's classic charm, carefully preserving most interior and exterior details, impressing on you the idea that indeed, Australia is... Continue Reading →

Jacarandas

Spring has truly sprung as Sydney sees a purple explosion with Jacarandas in full bloom around the city. Featured here are the Jacarandas along McDougall Street in Sydney’s Kirribilli. The best shot would be from the middle of the road, but please be aware of the surroundings and ensure that you keep clear of movings... Continue Reading →

Vintage beauties

I truly adore vintage cars, but admittedly, I am far from being an expert. So I’ll let these photos do the talking. These were taken during the Chrome Fest at the Entrance. It was indeed a pleasant bonus to our road trip from Sydney as we were only there to meet up with cousins and... Continue Reading →

Sydney by night

Photographs of an urban jungle after the sun has gone down, and the city lights have lit up. These photos were taken from the Sydney Tower Buffet. #phonecamera #iphoneonly #Sydney #visitnsw #Australia #lifeinthelanddownunda #cityscape #urbanjungle #SydneyTower

Time Gets Better With Age

... random thoughts ... Time Gets Better With Age Read through to the end, it gets better as you go! I've learned that I like my teacher because she cries when we sing "Silent Night". - Age 5 I've learned that our dog doesn't want to eat my broccoli either. - Age 7 I've learned... Continue Reading →

Tommy’s Story

... prayers ... Rev. John Powell, a professor at Loyola University in Chicago, writes about a student in his Theology of Faith class named Tommy: Some twelve years ago, I stood watching my university students file into the classroom for our first session in the Theology of Faith. That was the day I first saw... Continue Reading →

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