There was a broad selection of didgeridoos, which our sons didn’t recognize.
The shopkeeper accommodated us with a demonstration.
The pots and paintings were interesting, but not the style likely for our livingroom.
Taking a print back on plane might have been manageable, if we wanted to carry a packing tube.
Coming out of the basement storefront, we walked back into the brilliant sunlight.
Wynyard Park was shaded by trees and surrounded by high rise towers.
In the square, the statue of John Dunmore Lang commemorates a prominent 19th century Presbyterian clergyman. Continue reading “2009/07/04 Wynyard, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour“