Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Centennial Park, Bird Sanctuary

The ornate gate leading to the Bird Sanctuary at Centennial Park, in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.

24 comments:

  1. That gate is so pretty! I hope you went in and got some bird pictures.

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  2. Nice one, Jim. I must do Centennial Park one day myself!

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  3. Lois, I don't have any pictures of the birds in and around the park, but I'll have to go back and rectify that sometime soon.

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  4. Great shot! Great gate! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Very beautiful, I'm glad you chose to share it with us.

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  6. The gate look lovely and am sure inside must be filled with lots of birds.

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  7. Unusual and decorative gate. It is nice to see into the window of your world. Hope there are lots of birds there inside that gate...you have such beautiful birds there in your country... cheers.

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  8. I wish I had a gate like this to my backyard! This is beautiful.

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  9. That is quite the appropriate and impressive gate for the sanctuary...hopefully once you pass through it, you'll see lots and lots of colorful birds!

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  10. What a wonderful gate - and so inviting.

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  11. That gate is a real mood setter when going in there.

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  12. What a beautiful gate, now I would like to see what is inside.

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  13. A most fitting gate for a bird sanctuary. The azure blue in the bsckground makes it more appealing too.
    The body of the bird looks similar to the beaten copper of antique fire screens - they often had sailing ships on them.

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  14. Gates seem to have a unique story behind each one...

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  15. That is absolutely beautiful!
    A great find.

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