|I thought I would share with you photos a of an unexpected trip I had to make today to a Campus of the University of Western Sydney, it is in a very historic area and I was delighted by the examples of historical architecture that was there and the established trees are divine, it used to be called The Hawkesbury Agriculture College and it opened in 1891 and quickly established a reputation as the finest agricultural college in the country. Students arrived at the college in 1896 and it was around this time that the Stables Square (1896) was completed to cater for the draught horses which, at the time, were the standard form of farm energy and the Blacksmiths Shop (1894) were built. |
I absolutely love the established gardens and those date palms just scream Colonial Sydney ,its also very rare to see ivy climbing walls of Sydney buildings mainly because as nice as they look they are a haven for insects and spiders, not a good thing when some of the deadliest known to mankind are around, as much as I would like to do this I have to defer to my more thoughtful husband and agree that it is not worth the risk.
And how I would love to have a buggy as a garden ornament,my idea of perfect.
Join me at Debbie Doos Newbie Party and
a southern daydreamer outdoor-wednesday