I Feel Miles Away

22, Male, Sydney Australia.
Found this yesterday and the girlfriend had to drag me away. So gorgeous!

Found this yesterday and the girlfriend had to drag me away. So gorgeous!

lovingcricket:



Threlkeld Cricket Club players had a mountain to climb from the outset, having to negotiate the 2638 ft to the summit of Blease Fell before play could commence in front of a crowd of 14 sheep and three worn out dogs.

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lovingcricket:

Threlkeld Cricket Club players had a mountain to climb from the outset, having to negotiate the 2638 ft to the summit of Blease Fell before play could commence in front of a crowd of 14 sheep and three worn out dogs.

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(via aussiecricket)

So sad to see someone and talented so young die from cancer.

RIP Dylan Tombides

So sad to see someone and talented so young die from cancer.

RIP Dylan Tombides

macaulaybulkin:

A really nice set up at 212 Blue, Newtown. 
On a side note, despite the trove of great eateries and cafes, the whole Newtown/Surrie Hills vibe just weirds me the fuck out these days - it’s mad contrived and almost like, I dunno, a caricature of its trendy self. It really is comical at times. You honestly stand out if you look ordinary (i.e. jeans and a shirt and some normal shoes or sneakers and a pedestrian haircut and a normal face blablabla).And the places are gentrified as all fuck. I mean it’s good business for places like these - things like great coffee in a nice cafe is so very much associated with that trendy hipster bohemian bullshit that the people who get interested in doing the craft are  either into that sorta scene (generally speaking) or go to suburbs like that. At the very least they open places to try to attract people like that.
When really, I try to think of coffee as a thing that’s grown by farmers that tastes good when it’s brewed right, and its got benefits in that it keeps you going and can make you feel good. It’s both a leisurely social beverage and a working one - and who says you can’t have a damn good brew for your work, or while you work. In other words I don’t think it should really be associated with a scene or a type of folk, especially not with fuckin peculiar gentrified pseudo-permaculture burbs. 

I completely get what you mean but at the same time I love having places like this around here and so easily accessible it beats the shitty cafés that I’m used to having when I was growing up.
But no matter how good the food, coffee and fit out of somewhere like the grounds is the majority of people there shit me to tears! macaulaybulkin

macaulaybulkin:

A really nice set up at 212 Blue, Newtown. 

On a side note, despite the trove of great eateries and cafes, the whole Newtown/Surrie Hills vibe just weirds me the fuck out these days - it’s mad contrived and almost like, I dunno, a caricature of its trendy self. It really is comical at times. You honestly stand out if you look ordinary (i.e. jeans and a shirt and some normal shoes or sneakers and a pedestrian haircut and a normal face blablabla).And the places are gentrified as all fuck. I mean it’s good business for places like these - things like great coffee in a nice cafe is so very much associated with that trendy hipster bohemian bullshit that the people who get interested in doing the craft are  either into that sorta scene (generally speaking) or go to suburbs like that. At the very least they open places to try to attract people like that.

When really, I try to think of coffee as a thing that’s grown by farmers that tastes good when it’s brewed right, and its got benefits in that it keeps you going and can make you feel good. It’s both a leisurely social beverage and a working one - and who says you can’t have a damn good brew for your work, or while you work. In other words I don’t think it should really be associated with a scene or a type of folk, especially not with fuckin peculiar gentrified pseudo-permaculture burbs. 

I completely get what you mean but at the same time I love having places like this around here and so easily accessible it beats the shitty cafés that I’m used to having when I was growing up. But no matter how good the food, coffee and fit out of somewhere like the grounds is the majority of people there shit me to tears! macaulaybulkin
Glory glory

Glory glory

So there is someone on the bus (going past china town) next to me who just said to his mate that there are hardly any Asian restaurants in Sydney…are we in the same city bro?