Whilst in Sydney, we had to pick our daughter up from the airport, as she flew up from Melbourne on the Friday. We'd already booked out of the motel and decided to have a walk along the foreshore of Botany Bay. This is where Captain Cook landed in 1770. Below are some photos.
|Part of Botany Bay looking through the heads.
|Planes coming into land at Sydney Airport.
|Cockatoos feeding in nearby parkland.
|Another plane with the port of Botany in the distance.
|The skyline of Sydney with Sydney tower just peeping over some of the buildings.
Now for a little bit of quilting. Along with testing another pattern for Sue over Quilt Times (I'll be able to show that at a later date), I've been busy trying to do some patterns along the lines of using traditional blocks in different colour ways, using them either straight or on point.
|Buckeye Beauty in my own setting and colours.