- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Beaches
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Dance
- Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above
- Dynamo Donuts: The Robotic Art of Eric Joyner
- In Memorium: The Classic Album Cover Art of Storm Thorgerson
- Jello San Francisco!
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Contrast
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Up
- This Just In: The Intriguing Surrealism of Andrea Wan
- Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Benches
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Tag Archives: Sydney
I absolutely love being near the ocean — as a water sign, it’s where I feel most complete and in tune with myself, which is always a good thing! So I’ve been to many beaches in my time, from the … Continue reading
“I would believe only in a God that knows how to dance.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
The view from above reveals people out and enjoying a bit of a nosh, whether waiting to order at a cafe in Sydney’s The Strand shopping gallery (above), or enjoying take-away oysters in San Francisco’s Ferry Building (below). Either way, … Continue reading
With so much to see and do in Sydney, sometimes you just want to kick back, sit on the nearest bench and take it all in! For more benches, check out Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack?
No matter where I go, I’m always on the lookout for interesting street art, and Sydney was no exception. While not as prolific as San Francisco, Sydney still offered a bonanza of cool, quirky, sometimes challenging, street art. Here are … Continue reading
G’day, everybody. Welp, it took a while, but I finally sifted through the thousands of pics I took in Sydney, and here’s what I deem as the best. Like every big city, Sydney has many layers, and it isn’t all isn’t … Continue reading
Being a proud citizen of the city of San Francisco, one might think I would meet Ailsa’s Travel Theme with a pic or two of this city’s biggest icon: the Golden Gate Bridge. And whereas I say this with just … Continue reading
It’s 2:00 AM, San Francisco time, and I’m wide awake. I’ve been home for two days, but it seems that my body clocks are still set to Sydney time, where it’s now nine o’clock PM. So I feel like I … Continue reading
I wasn’t home fifteen minutes today before I got three text messages and a phone call. Sigh.