WHERE THE STREETS HAVE FLOWER NAMES
Ongoing Series - Where the streets have flower names and the houses are painted bright.
Ron's Kitchen 2016
6:49:07 am September 12 2015
2015 Rock Garden/feature rock? or Early Victorian saftey bollard
Fibro and red tree
Here, one of the last urban koalas hangs onto his damaged concrete tree for dear life. Before to long humans will have lost the skills required to make such animals.
Despite it having been painted grey, this house sold in 2017.
Next door to the green house.
Evidence of outside play.
Gnome having "time out".
August 2016, pre Christmas decorated.
"Do you want butter or marg"?
Mixed business, Harold Street. Mixed lollies, hot pies, newspapers, salad sandwiches on white or multi grain, ice creams, DVD hire, cold meats and local friendly service.
The Green house. Next door is a fence covered in soft Shrek toys.
Two lasting impressions. Above this gutter is a sign that reads "Accident black spot".
A festive tree with friends.
The last time I was here there was a children's play ground.
A neat and well maintained white one.
The Glory Ocean. January 2018
Green shade cloth and morning light. Salmon and Indian Red. Good reception but poor outside interaction.
Advice offered for free, unknown and unredacted Sunday profit. "Know your self"
Accidental or deliberate?
Olive green and pressed reds.
Evidence of safe outside play.
Raised and painted red.
Vertical trampoline....tempting a short dive with a hip and shoulder.
Most Tyre Gardens are either Dunlop or Goodyear. The Tyre Garden at 603 is carefully painted green and is one of my personal favorites. It is a Dunlop Guardian.
Made in Australia. The Guardian for the garden.
Good general advice.
6:45 am. The next bus. Recently replaced glass, still with the glass sucker rings and installers fingerprints.
Off street parking.
The Blue House is close to shops, public transport and a park.
Colour wheel recycled fashion.
When I last visited, there was a large pile of personal belongings in the back yard. The cat was sunning its self in an East facing window. No one answered the door.
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