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Central Station and Newtown

Nowadays I don't have many chance to walk through this tunnel at Central Station as I live/work far from the CBD area but whenever I go back to the place it's always pleasure to meet various musicians and artists. Most of time I'm a bit too busy to stop enjoying their act but with my camera it gives me a good reason to spend some more time.


I don't know much about the Australian aboriginal painting but those patterns they draw give me the good expressions of the soil they have lived. The land, animal, trees and so on. Just nature they loved. Many times it's sad to see the way they are treated in Australia in modern days.

"Street Man"

In Newtown there is a coffee shop called 'Campos Coffee'. I swear to god they have the best affogato Sydney can offer.

"Cafe People"

Happy wife means happy life. I'm glad she liked the Campos.


"Tea Shop"
I like T2 store not just because they sell great teas but also they have so many colours. Such a vibrant shop to walk in.

"Doll Head"
All the shots were taken with Finepix X100.

All the images were published under the "Creative Commons" licence.


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One thing I always wanted to do well is a water sport which I can't do at all. Watching people enjoying themselves on the continuous waves from the ocean makes me smile and slightly jealous at the same time.

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