This street art appeared in our old neighbourhood after we moved. The street it’s on, Lawson St, Redfern (Sydney, NSW, Australia), is a main throughfare to and from Sydney University and Redfern train station. The juxtaposition of parking the colourful striped old Holden ute beneath it just adds to its character.
Last year, we moved somewhat reluctantly a short distance to a new neighbourhood. We spent the first few months walking around with our eyes closed obviously, as earlier this year we spotted this iconic piece of historic street art on a building we walked past a gazillion times on the way to Erskineville train station (Sydney, NSW, Australia).
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I’ve been making plans for later in life. So many things to do & places to see. I’ll need lots of shoes I think, but my favourite boots will be with me still.
Read my latest Women in Focus blog https://www.womeninfocus.com.au/people/dalelee/blog/2012/02/08/wisdom-of-the-elders
Most men are sentimental about their first car. The G.O. remembers his with fondness tinged with childhood trauma of tragic & violent loss. His pedal car, the same as the one in this photo taken on Australia Day at the NRMA Motorfest® of vintage, veteran & classic vehicles, and it’s memories: good – rattling along the farm track, and bad: it’s demise under the wheels of the milk lorry, brought both a smile to his dial and a tear to his eye.