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The old St Pauls church at Castle Hill

circa 1850s

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Blues point tower

Harry Seidler's iconic apartment building at Blues Point

Built in1962 it was the first strata title building in Sydney
With spectacular views of Sydney Harbour
a building of this size in such a prominent
position could not be built today.

Don't believe the naysayers, this is a very attractive
building and should be on wall of every house in Australia

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Bowaters Rozelle

Industrial landscape
looking towards the city

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Sydney's CBD 1

Add some colour to the CBD!
Why not?

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Central station clock tower

Iconic to central Sydney is the Central Railway
Station clock tower lauding over Railway Square

Added to Central Station in 1921, the 85-metre Clock
Tower in the Free Classical style was part
of an expansion to Central Station by its
original designer, NSW Government Architect,
Walter Liberty Vernon.

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Central railway station
clock tower with black border

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Fishing boat

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Something whimsical after the
Swiss-German artist Paul Klee
1879-1940

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Five bells

My take on Kenneth Slessor's
famous poem written in 1939

The definitive version is John Olsen's
  (1963) in the foyer of the Opera House.

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Flag city

Inspired by my daughter's lego
flag city is the same lego
structure from four
different perspectives

Some wabi at no extra cost

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Sydney harbour

Sydney harbour before the developers took over
Full of interesting warehouses

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Terrace house

I've always liked Cedric Flower's whimsical
take on Sydney terrace houses

Terrace house after Cedric Flower 1920-2000

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Macquarie arms hotel Windsor

Australia's oldest hotel built in 1815 - the year white settlers
crossed the Blue Mountains.

Governor Macquarie gave Richard Fitzgerald a
large allotment in Thompson Square to build
immediately a "handsome and commodious inn
in brick or stone"

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