Showing posts from June, 2011

Centennial Park walk #1

Deep in the heart of the Eastern suburbs lies Centennial Park. On any fair weather day it is packed with walkers, sporting teams, lunchers, cyclists, horses, joggers, dogs and families. But it never feels overcrowded, there's heaps of space for everyone, and there is always a place to park your car if you are driving there. There are several walking trails around and through the park. Today we took the central route which takes you through a diverse landscape. Stuck for something to do on a nice day ........ be stuck no more!         J   Enter through the Western gates. Park near the bi-centennial pavilion. Some Sunday football games on the many sporting fields Passing the football dive into a beautiful pine forest complete with black cockatoos Break out into lovely large open fields used by families to kick a footy around. Mr Dickens new statue looking on Enter the Lachlan Swamp. One of the early water sources for the Sydney colony Boardwalk over the more

Some cartoonies for Andy

These are some cartoons we did to help illustrate Andy Corrigan's upcoming blockbusting, beer banning, book, "Table Talk". Coming to a book shop (or cyber book shop) near you soon. Keep an eye out for it. Has all you need to know about the fine art of mixing wine, food, company and conversation. Enjoy.........        J the fine art of decanting!! entertaining at home the joy of champagne a natural restaurant trend choosing the most suitable glass appropriate food....!!! how to securely store your wine To keep up with Andy, book release dates and all things Oenologistic head to his link at