Can photography turn a sow's ear into a silk purse?
This scene is close to the corner of Stephen Street and Lawson Street. It is unremarkable until shown in selective detail.
However, the tree is another matter. It has been classified as a weed being a threat to biodiversity and a danger to our native ecosystems. Being a native of South America, the Tipu Tipuana (Rosewood) tree was only introduced to Australia in the 1970s and is used by farmers to fatten stock. It reminds me of the Camphour-Laurel tree that we had on the farm as a kid, but which is also a weed.