Thursday, March 7, 2013

Over the Tablelands

I had another road trip the other day, up and over the mountains to the New England Region of NSW. The little town of Walcha caught my eye. With a population of 2.427 (2011) (not that much bigger than the small town I live in )Walcha is situated 420km from Sydney via Thunderbolt's Way through Gloucester, and 523 km via Tamworth and the New England Highway. I was taken in as always by their open air sculptures. I thought you might like to see some photographs.  Cute aren't they? :)
 

 







 
 
 





6 comments:

Angelina Rain said...

Love those pictures. They are so cool.

Tarnya said...

Wow, Awesome photos Suzanne. That one with the heads, is that representing Ned Kelly. They are unusual.
Tarnya. x

Kez said...

I haven't been that way since I was a kid. Will have to revisit!

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Hi Angelina,
They are unusual aren't they. Do you have anything similar where you live?

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Hello Tarnya,
I think they are Tarnya. Although I'm not too sure. lol :)

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Hi Kez,
It hasn't changed much, but still holds that quaint, quiet town syndrome.