I was never attracted specifically by the walk itself. Not sure why. Have you done it? Any feedback? The silhouette works nice though
Lovely corner for a moment of relax along my photo walk
The Blue Mountains landscape with the three sisters is pretty amazing. This is an easy place to get to, just 1 hours train from Sydney. Lovely place to visit.
I was lucky enough to capture this photo with a group of people walking through this canyon. The Blue Mountains are so big to make this people like ants. Lovely place, a must see of Australia.
This place is around 900Km north of Melbourne and over 1100Km west of Sydney, far away from everything, in the real desert/outback. But somehow, every couple, everywhere in world, want to have the sunset together, with the orange light creating the love connection.
I looked around, but no more sign of gold and that may explain why only ghosts are there now. Unfortunately it was totally unsafe to go in, otherwise I bet it would have been a great place for some fantastic shots!!
Do you agree with me that the pubs in the outback are the most symbolic ones, what everybody expect from Australia. Probably Crocodile Dundee helped with that. My personal opinion, I love them!! Have a nice Friday night at the pub!!
This is a fantastic open-air sculpture exhibition not too far away from Broken Hill, in the middle of the outback. Not be missed, go there for the sunset!!
Today is such a rainy day that reminded me of another bad day I had in Sydney......and I could not stop myself using my mobile for this photo
Silverton is the little outback town where Mad Max II was filmed.....many artists have moved there. It's a great slow place with lots of artistic inspiration.
Let's start this week with something very unusual in the outback, a 007 car. I looked for James Bond around, but nowhere, only two car lovers that challenged the desert, with the hope to avoid possible sand storms.
Lovely swimming pool in Sydney, a Bondi beach icon. What a better place to have a shower!!
This memorial is quite amazing. On a good day you find such an interesting reflection in the pool, with the flowers and trees on the side. Not to be missed as well as the entire Hyde Park around it.
In Sydney you can always find these unusual corners. An high-tech building next to an 18th century church. It's and old and new mix which is quite stimulating for the eyes. I love it.
I like this photo as a mean of transition from the Sydney week back to the Melbourne daily photo, 365 days a year. I love travelling and I am always fascinated by the airports.
I remind this is the Sydney week. 7 photos dedicated to Sydney, and this is the last day. I hope you have enjoyed it. This is a shopping gallery I found in the Sydney CDB called The Strand. It is over 120 years old and it has lots of character I must say. I gave a bit of antique touch to the →
I remind this is the Sydney week. 7 photos dedicated to Sydney, Sunday to Saturday, as a week theme. I hope you enjoy it. There are so many nice creeks and inlets in Sydney that you can literally make a nice photo every couple of meters. Lavender Bay is one of them, on the north shore, fantastic.
I remind this is the Sydney week. 7 photos dedicated to Sydney as a week theme. I hope you enjoy it. I gave a bit of arty touch to this photo. I loved the composition. I hope you like as much as I do the final result. The tree on the right up corner is just so dominating.
I remind this is the Sydney week. 7 photos dedicated to Sydney, Sunday to Saturday, as a week theme. I hope you enjoy it. I tried to make a close up of the Opera House. It was again early morning and I was lucky enough to have a good light coming through Why a close up? I thought I try to →
In my early morning walks I had a relaxing time in the Royal Botanic Gardens. It's just amazing how close to the CBD you are, and, at the same time, you feel so far away from the noise and confusion of the city centre. I love it.
I remind this is the Sydney week. 7 photos dedicated to Sydney as a week theme. I hope you enjoy it. I was looking for an unusual corner of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It was a long walk between 6 and 8am, but at the end I thought "that's it". Whenever you go to Sydney I suggest you to go to →
I loved the North side of Sydney. That was the part I explored more last weekend. I found this tree which was quite fascinating. The size was saying everything about the age, a long term spectator of the Sydney Harbour Bay.
It seems and it really felt as the far west. I always love cycling, however it was hot and there was no mercy from the 4WD running on the same road. Sometime it was hard to see the road with all the dust. Arrived at the walls of China, the view paid back all the effort. I love the Australian →
New South Wales is a surprise in every Km you drive, along the coast, in the rain forest, across the mountain or in the outback. There are most probably more inlets in this state than any other state in Australia, there is surfing in summer and skiing in winter, fabulous waves and incredible mountains. This is a place where I feel →