My Scenic Sunday Participation (in a long, long time.)
A Modern Suburb with a Rural View
An idyllic setting in a fast modern changing times. This piece of farm is located across my daughter's house, a picture that I surreptitiously took between the blinds behind the bedroom glass door. With the current expansion of the railway lines, and busy construction of the pedestrian pavement going on to which is now open for passersby to use, I hope this green area with animals stock will not get affected by. I did not even realise there is a creek (again) until I have uploaded the photos in my computer. So it's a bit of a cheery surprise for me.
Bridge linking Liverpool and Macquarie Fields. I have to find out yet if this is the Cambridge Bridge flying over Glenfield Causeway, whatever that means. Glenfield causeway has been the most critical, undisputedly infamous and undoubtedly dangerous road and residents were clamoring the government to build this bridge.Taken on a running bus.
Flyover Bridge for my Straight Out of the Camera
A rail expansion work below in Glenfield, southwest of Sydney. Taken on a running bus.
"Harriet's art themed musings; random off-track incidentals...and Shadow Shot Sunday. Every Sunday."~The Pride of Australia.
Lovely noonday shadow shot taken while aboard a suburban train to the city. The tall building beside this shadowy boot park is the Casula Powerhouse.
In chemistry, as an oil, Wintergreen is known as Methyl Salicylate. It is an essential oil useful for aromatherapy massage for joints and muscles. But not in this case. Winter Green is only my description of this particular countryside green view while boarding the train to the city. This is in Warwick Farm before Liverpool.