Inner West walls

I’m easily bored, so I have many different ways of getting to work. All of them involve a fair amount of walking. I catch a train, and walk, or a bus, and walk, or drive, park, and then walk. I get off at different bus or train stops every time, I park in different places. I try out different routes from wherever I’ve disembarked. And then on the way home, I do it all again from the opposite direction.

The beauty of this, is that every day I see something new and different on the way to or from work.

I travel the world.

See wonderful, strange, and sometimes scary creatures.

(Did you notice some of these are the same wall, different artwork?)

Meet new friends.

Think about history and politics


Or just admire the artists’ skill and audacity.

Most of these street art pics were taken around Newtown, Enmore, St Peter’s and Erskineville in Sydney’s Inner West.

Do you see interesting walls every day?

Check out more responses to the ‘Walls’ photo challenge.

2 thoughts on “Inner West walls

  1. Tremendous.
    Don’t know how to live without having maps on the wall.
    Reading a ton on 16th-19th Africa at the moment and are continually checking map locations.
    You can neve have enough maps next to your favourite reading posse.
    Also like the piano keyboard and the Nefertiti-dove number.

    • Thanks – I’m lucky to be surrounded by such interesting artworks.

      I like maps too when I’m reading, there just aren’t enough of them, so I’m grateful for the internet, Sounds like you’ve got an interesting reading project on at the moment, what are some of the titles?

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