I was in the city the other night and saw this video installation at Hyde Park Barracks. Sydney is now in the middle of the Vivid Festival so I assumed it was part of that.
But actually it was not. It's an exhbition called "Boundary Conditions" and is part of Sydney Living Museums. As you can see in the quick video below some other people found it intriguing and stopped to have a look.
I've lived in Sydney on and off from over a decade now. And for all that time I've been in the Inner West. That area is directly underneath a very busy flight path. You become accustomed to planes roaring above frequently.
Something I noticed recently is that planes do pass pretty near to Bondi Beach as well. I got this snap of one today. Being out over the ocean, they are inaudible to Bondi residents.
I actually recall the view from flights to Perth in the past. The rugged beauty of the coastline combined with the numerous highrise apartments makes it a real sight to behold.
Looking through my photos just now I saw shots of a small demo in support of Julian Assange. It was held outside the Sydney Town Hall on October 28 last year. I would have published them here much earlier but I've been so busy.
As you can see, not that many people seemed interested, which was disappointing. I suspect this will change in coming months as the masses become increasingly aware of the globalist elite and their influence over world events.
They really don't like people like Assange who expose what they get up to. That's why he's been incarcerated all this time.
Matt Hayden, blogger in Sydney, NSW.