Sitting inside today slaving over a hot GIMP. I'm making some new lettering for the tee shirts in my wee shop. Or rather, I'm alternating between shouting at the computer and stamping away from it in a fit of pique, threatening to heave it out the window. There's something about making images I just don't get.
Inter War California Bungalow (circa 1915 - c. 1940) at the water end of Picnic Parade Ettalong. Love those double doors out ont that nice deep veranda. Lovely spot for sitting.
We're looking here at the side of the house facing the water. The grass just visible in the foreground is Lance Webb Reserve, which runs along the Ettalong foreshore between Picnic Parade and Ferry Road. The view from this house and the Reserve is of Wagstaffe, Barrenjoey Head and Lion Island and, between Barrenjoey Head and Wagstaffe, the Tasman Sea.
The view from the bungalow's front veranda. From left to right: Wagstaffe, Barrenjoey Head, Pittwater (distance) and Lion Island with Commodore Heights in the Ku-ring-gai behind it.