A view of Circular Quay with two ferries and Harbour Bridge in the background, treated to look like an old photo.
The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow, if I can.
This is a secluded netted bathing area complete with a small beach along the Middle Harbour foreshore. I love how the wide angle perspective exaggerates the curves in the perspective view of the bath.
Modern day carparks can be quite scary places to navigate. This one seems to promise dangers as well as opportunities.
A shot of me taking a photo of the Dobell Memorial Sculpture at the intersection of Pitt and Spring streets in Sydney, with a pedestrian crossing with a “Look” sign reflected by the mirror-like finish of the sculpture.
I wander through these tracks, chasing the memory of a rainbow. What lies ahead beyond the curve?
Life is a balance between giving and receiving.
Which path to choose? Or is it already predetermined? What lies ahead?
This series of posts show just how quiet the streets of Sydney and suburbs have become.
The first post features Chatswood Station, normally the fifth busiest station in Sydney (the first four are all stations in the Sydney Central Business District circle line). These photos were taken just after peak period on a Friday morning.