September 27, 2005
Sydney: A Quiet London
I zoomed through Sydney, Australia for a week. It's like a quiet London.
Skyline at the Harbour
Sydney Opera House
A coworker once told me about a top executive at our company, "He doesn't shit ice cream." Her point was that we're all human. Maybe so, but someone's shitting ice cream and someone else is profitting from it. Unless it's the same person?
When life gives you lemons, give life to an idea. "Capri Battery" by Joseph Beuys.
"Walking in Time" by Dominique Sutton on George St.
A prehistoric-looking bird in Hyde Park
Chess player contemplating his next move on the big chess board at Hyde Park
Chess game on a normal-sized board
Goldie in a Robin suit at a club called "Home"
Goldie started his set with hard drum'n'bass and someone wanted it harder.
Andre the Giant: from LON to SYD
An alley posing with the backs of two people
A festival in Chinatown
Dobell Memorial by Bert Flugelman
A fallen soldier
Stephen Walker's "Campania" by the Harbour
Business peeps at a coffeeshop
Wingara Bridge at Sydney Airport. Poetry forms the base.
Raindrops and a setting sun at Sydney Airport