This is a snapshot I caught at the nearest train station from my place. It is a sort of hidden quiet spot where, there is a spacious park in front of the station and there is a large commercial spot from the next station.
I have some favourite kinds of relaxation and touching nature or somewhat is absolutely one of them. Putting myself at under trees (and fresh greens if it’s the season) relaxes me as well as that I watch the ocean and listen to the sound of waves at a beach, or watching the moon and stars at night.
Monochrome Madness is the community she hosts for other photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome images. As it is open community, everyone can participate.
Monochrome Madness is the community she opens for photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome images. As it is open community, everyone can participate. 🙂
Here are more photographs taken in the same morning as that I had posted on my previous blog. Well, these are rather ‘behind the scene’ kind of photos as to what I witnessed beyond the lens caught sunrise as shared earlier.
When I arrived at the spot, first cruise ship was just cruised in Sydney Harbour toward her anchorage spot over Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney skyscrapers were taking first light before sunrise hence the view looked a little dramatic and made me feel Sydney is awakening.
Once I turned my glance to the east (which was opposite to CBD), second cruise ship was just arriving at Sydney.
I am not that particularly fan of boats and ships, however, I admit that they certainly find me some degree of elegance in motion. So while I paid my attention to the point where the sun arising, I could not resist staring at the ships respectively. The second ship anchored after the sunrise and Sydney city and suburbs taking reflections of morning sunlight.
I also like these photos because every single image caught Sydney CBD in different colours and tone. It will be great if I made it to share about my thrills well as I experienced in the morning. I always enjoy various scenes to view and capture with my camera as I know every beautiful moment lasted only a minute or less.
I posted photos of sunrise over the lighthouse earlier, which was good, but now I was keen to show another little story that I saw at the harbour which many people in Sydney must have missed.
Monochrome Madness is the community she opens for photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome photos. As it is open community, everyone can participate. 🙂
I had mentioned in my earlier blog, but Sydney and suburbs have been running many demolitions and reconstructions. It brings more blank spaces after the destruction of old buildings.
Those blank spaces reveal the hidden walls of neighbor buildings. As we have more spots or gap in the space, I think I start coming across a bit more murals in city. Some have been there for ages, but some look like even painted in latter years.
I found that recent modern architectures for commercial buildings in Sydney designed to inset more glass windows, so those murals can be seen with rather old buildings. Finding murals (especially old ones are cool) should be one of little fun to do in walking Sydney city.
Not sure how much those murals are valued by locals, but personally I hope they will remain as long as they can getting off from whatever reconstruction project.
This was taken in the morning sometime ago. It was morning and beginning of they day of beautiful Sunday.
Sky was clear and no clouds. This photo was quite straightforward and no particular source of which makes the image more dramatic. But I think I well caught the view of Sydney that made me happy to see as always and brought me smile on the face as always. Hence I like this image that captured the view just as is.