Friday, 18 November 2011

Late spring in Paddington


Paddingon, in Sydney, is one of those suburbs where bearings can be anchored by reference to a pub. Just a few doors down from the esteemed Lord Dudley in Jersey Road, can be found this row of terraces, its beauty intensified by a setting sun. At my back is the Paddington Bowling Green, and a smidge beyond that the start of the walking trails through Trumper Park.

7 comments:

Kate said...

The blossoms add a great deal of zip to your photo/

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hi Julie, just catching up on posts I missed, your pictures of the Jacarandas are sublime and were so beautiful to see when we were there, also in full bloom here in Perth. Your granddaughter is a delight, a little doll, we will have two new babies in the family before Christmas, can't wait! On the Monday before we left Sydney we took David and Courtney to Bill's for brekkie, it's tradition now everytime we come over and you're right, great grub!!

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, Julie, this is it. I want to live here. Absolutely.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

Peter said...

Love the smidge of light and the word - smidge. A suburb with that many pubs can't be all bad.

J Bar said...

Good row of terraces.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Ah what a wonderful stamping ground. I love your photos of the area.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

Julie, I love nearly all of your photos. But this one,,,it is perfection!