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Images of Canberra – The Blue Sullivan

By johnboy 13 June 2005 25

The photographer and I went for a walk along a branch of Sullivans creek. There’s a lot of beautifull photography, and a lot of very sordid graffitti to be seen along the way. More importantly Carey (my parent’s Jack Russell) got a good walk. In any event this is a tale of life in the drains.

This picture was taken under Northbourne Avenue. I was wearing a heavy coat and yes, a redneck hat.

john and carey under northbourne

The headwaters of the Blue Sullivan

Top of the Blue Sullivan

All the way along there are morlock holes contributing their flow to the Blue Sullivan.

Morlock hole

The upper reaches of the Blue Sullivan are criss crossed with these delicate bridges.

Bridge over Blue Sullivans

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ErkzO 10:28 pm 19 Aug 09

Great pictures. hope you go on more camera walks

Thumper 2:03 pm 29 May 08

This was a cool thread….

back2berra 12:25 pm 29 May 08

Geoffco said :

The eagle is Darra logo/mascot. But I can’t explain past that… cause I have no idea why they have an eagle as their mascot.

sorry this is very late in a reply but just browsing thru old articles. daramalan has a eagle cause the word daramalan is derived from the aboriginals who lived in the area and who believed a wedgetailed eagle that flew above the was there to protect them

Samuel Gordon-Stewart 1:49 pm 21 Jun 05

I can happily report that the saplings on page 3 are standing once again.

Samuel

Thumper 8:34 am 15 Jun 05

Just to clarify my previous statement about the mighty Ginninderra Creek, I don’t have a camera….

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