Back in Sydney town

My dad continues to send me photos from home. These two are taken from Bicentennial Park which is just round the corner from my parents’ house:

Yes, that’s the Harbour Bridge in the background there—that teeny arch.

I loves me some Rozelle and Blackwattle Bay . . .

Homesick, me? Don’t be ridiculous.


  1. dragonfly on #


  2. Elmo on #

    the fireworks last night were specky! all bright and colourful and co-ordinated, over and on the shb, it was an awesome start to the New Year!

    which reminds me- Happy new year!!

  3. folk on LJ on #

    On the plus side, no poisonous creatures waiting to devour you for brekkie… (NYC coffee cart guys excepted. no actual poisonous creature warranty implied or expressed. do not fold, spindle or mutilate.)

  4. Patrick on #

    I believe I have been on that bridge.

  5. sherry on #

    Thought you were supposed to be back home this time of year, Justine. What gives? You waiting for “real” winter to set in? 🙂

  6. Lizzy-wa on #

    wow. i havent been on here in a long time…


    hehe. that last line was supposed to be in caps. just so ya no.

    -Lizzy-wa OUT! 😀

  7. emily on #

    that’s gorgeous. i would be homesick, too, if the place i came from was anywhere near that beautiful (although central park is pretty nice, it can’t compare).

  8. Kadie-Wa on #

    that makes me want to go to australia!! Pretty!!

  9. Mahek on #

    I wanna go to Australia. Shame I’m on the other side of the world in England. sydney looks really pretty!!

  10. amy fiske on #

    well, if my parents’ home looked like that, i would be homesick too. but sadly, it doesn’t and i’m not.

    happy new year!

  11. Corey on #

    Wow, look at that blue sky. it takes a special mix of rain and bluster to move all the smog out of phoenix to reveal skies like that…If I ever get up the nerve to hop in a 230-ton winged steel box and dart 500mph across a seemingly endless expanse of ocean, I’d definitely stop off in AU. But, as you can tell, I don’t fly very well… Perhaps our collective governments could coordinate on a high-speed rail line? ^^

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