Resuming our walk in Belvoir Street and Lansdowne Street, then up High Holborn Street to Devonshire Street, then back down Clisdell Street to Belvoir Street again!
Follow that sign…
I did wonder if the motor scooters belong to the Missionaries of Charity, whose convent that is… 😉
— original photos by Neil Whitfield 2008
Yes, I will give you one picture before we resume the walk…
That’s just the front courtyard this afternoon, with Elizabeth Street traffic on the upper edge. Kind of an impossible shot, with the angle, the depth of field required, and the varying tone… Fortunately you can’t see the dead rat.
Yes, I have just done a series on Elizabeth Street, charmless as that might seem. More of that later.
What sets have been popular so far?
I asked myself that in the spirit of end of the month navel-gazing. Of course, length of time on the site is a factor, but I decided to see what a 21 day count on WordPress might show. Here are the results. Surry Hills 9: The Northcott wins!
So, let’s resume the walk at random, focusing less on local history this time and more on the simple joy of seeing…
I did encounter a real photographer in Devonshire Street; didn’t ask…
You can’t walk this block without encountering the spirit of Kate Leigh, one-time Queen of The Hills.
This is where she ended her days:
212A Devonshire Street