I see the light, but only the reflected light.
Our friend died in Cabrini Hospital. After visiting, usually arriving by tram, a couple of times we walked to Malvern Station and caught the train into town. I thought the history of this house in Wattletree Road was interesting.
Once after visiting our friend, we decided impromptu to catch the train in the other direction to the new train station at Southland. It all worked well, but I see no reason to revisit Southland unless to meet Copperwich. Did we travel on the longest travelator in the world?
How do cars possibly get into such a position and block a Route 58 tram from turning the corner. The world is full of cretins.
Unusual flowers a few weeks ago. No idea what they are. This week's are sun flowers, in memory of our departed friend who loved them.
The gubbermint has sprayed us again with chemicals designed to keep us peaceful and not rebel. Always keep you tin hat at hand.
The paperless office never eventuated, and nor has paperless travel.
The cruise ship season has pretty well ended in Melbourne, but it never stops in Sydney. Something really went wrong with shipping schedules this day. Neither the port bound or outbound ship should have been in view at the time I took the photo. Ships and boats always travel on the opposite side of the road to what we do.