The newly refurbished Archibald Memorial fountain at Hyde Park.
Four different marine vessels cruising past the iconic building.
A man swimming in Parsley Bay, as seen from the bridge.
This optical illusion makes it seem as if Sydney Harbour is slowly draining away into a tiny outlet.
The Cape Don decorated with Christmas lights, located off the Coal Loader.
The derelict jetty at the Coal Loader, captured during last light.
I have no doubt that one day the fisherman will return and wonder what has been caught.
If you look at the picture, you can see the blue sky reflected in the water amongst the leaves which are behind the waterfall.
Miyajima (Shrine Island), is an island famous for the O-Torii gate seemingly surrounded by water.
Kurashiki has a preserved canal area that dates back to the Edo Period, when the city served as an important rice distribution center. In fact, “Kurashiki” roughly translates to “town of storehouses” in reference to the rice storehouses.
This is the Sydney Ferry Alexander arriving at Pyrmont Bay wharf, against a backdrop of the Sydney skyline
This is a series of articles exploring the network of dams that provide water to Sydney.
This rock is casually resting on a pile of rocks at Cape Banks.
This clump of Banksia flowers captured at Castlecrag kind of reminds me of the fingers of a human hand.
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.
Scotts Creek starts around Chatswood in Sydney and terminates at Middle Harbour between Castle Cove and Middle Cove. It is part of Willoughby’s stormwater catchment and sewerage flow, but major attempts have been made in recent years to clean it. We walked along the North Arm track, and ventured onto an unofficial track along the mangrove swamp towards the mouth.
This dog is exploring the shores of Berrys Bay, and looks like the lord and commander of all that she surveys.