Things we love – 244

October 13, 2014
This cherry-blossom-esque tree was spotted on a quiet street in the backstreets of Stanmore. Although it’s entertaining to pretend to be a Geisha under its delicate blossoms, it’s probably not of the Sakura variety native […]

Things we love – 243

September 29, 2014
Annandale’s grungy ol’ hipster. This recent addition to the Annandale Hotel was commissioned to keep babies out of the main bar area and was drawn by a young artist from Forest Lodge. It’s fun, simple […]

Things we love – 242

September 12, 2014
The grass is always greener. These two cows were spotted behind Cafe Bones munching away on their breakfast while a little pooch eyes them out. We always knew Cafe Bones was a pet-friendly place! It’s […]

Things we love – 241

September 1, 2014
Petershambles. Found hanging from the immaculate white picket fence of a Petersham home. This still-life artwork has been graffitied over, bringing together a mixture of antique and modern styles which perfectly capture the “shambles” of […]

Things we love – 240

August 15, 2014
Winter Poinsettias. These budding beauties were spotted outside Hurlstone Park’s Vietnamese Baptist Church. An interesting flower that blooms according to the length of day, shorter days and longer nights trigger the vibrant green and red […]

Things we love – 238

July 18, 2014
Our customised back wall featuring the Queen of Spades. Artist Chez Patricia has been painting all around the world since 1989 for brands like Hilton, Disney, Sony Playstation and Qantas. She visited Queens Lane in […]

Things we love – 237

July 4, 2014
People who embody the idea that you are only as old as you feel. Drummoyne resident Jean Watson is 94 years old, a great-grandmother and last month she decided to join Curves Drummoyne. Concerned she […]

Things we love – 236

June 20, 2014
Kitchenware that makes breakfast fun. Spotted at O’Connell Street Merchants (above popular hipster hangout Brewtown Newtown), these animal egg cups are from UK brand Quail Ceramics, which has somehow made eating out of an animal’s […]

Things we love – 235

June 10, 2014
George the barber – and we’re sad to see him go! Old School Barber in Russell Lea has closed its doors after 47 years in business. The barber was the second-oldest business in the Drummoyne […]

Things we love – 234

May 23, 2014
This pic by Jo Wallace was taken as part of a photographic project called Humans of Newtown, which documents the eclectic mix of people who live in or visit the area. Titled Journey Through Time, […]
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