Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Urban Archeology In Newtown

Over the past few weeks I've been taking my camera with me almost everywhere I go, and I snapped these pics while wandering the back streets and lanes of my suburb Newtown. It's amazing how much you can find within 5 minutes of home, if you look hard enough. I particularly love the layers of this place. Paint over paint, signs of new occupation over old, of people making their marks.




There's no stopping puffy.




Or bust?




Slightly crazed in Newtown. I know how it feels!



[I'm having some firewall issues with Flickr on my work computer at the moment, so I haven't posted these to Flickr. But as alway, you can click these pics to see the full sized version.]

6 comments:

thombeau said...

The bottom photo is great, I love stuff like that!

The Other Andrew said...

Me too!

yani said...

Dawwwww... PUFFY!

The Other Andrew said...

Who you calling puffy?! Oh wait, I see....

:)

Jodie Sorrell said...

I'm gonna be inyour town Newtown tonight, fancy catching up for a drink?

And yes... I know it's a school night

The Other Andrew said...

Aaaaargh, I'm meeting some friends in Lewisham for a drink already! Sorry!

Unless you care to join us? I'd love to see you.