Murmuring on Saturday morning

So, as mentioned you on my previous post, my phone was upgraded to one of those cutting edge.
However, I did not realise initially that my mobile phone plan also have to ‘upgrade’ to something more high in availability along with the hardware.
When i was using iPhone 6, I was subscribing very basic BYO (SIM only) plan with a carrier, which 4GB Data / month, and it was enough.  However, likely because my phone turned to be the one with high spec, more data seemed to have been processed upward / downward, and my limit was reached up to full for the month at its 4th days. 😀
I decided to change something a fair plan however provided by an another carrier, I heavily relied on wifi environment almost entire this week.
In addition, I have got office move past weekend.  The new workplace is ok (or is better than previous office), but due to their strict security policy they lie in networks and internet (which is healthy for the business we do), they restrict accessing many sites including WordPress.  🙂
My last resort, home, kept me hectic all this week for various bits to do to clear off and did not make a time to post a blog at all.
Anyway, I will stop making my excuse, but just wanted to express my thanks to you all for your always support, liking my posts and leaving comments, with my sincere apologies for not responding to sooner or not check your posts.
Yesterday, I got my new SIM with new plan activated.  Now time to start catching up..  🙂
The below photo is the Sirius cannon leaving it exhibited in the heart of busy business and tourism district in Sydney.
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Sydney icons on the window

One of whats most fun part photographing city area is to see a lot of reflections.

This photo was taken from the side of a building in city.  Actually, this building is my favourite for photography purpose and I had taken a couple of shots of Queen Victoria Building and / or Sydney Centre Point (Sydney Tower) before.

I processed the photo into black and white adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturations.  The historic dome shaped roof of Queen Victoria Building looked like a little sublimed in clouds in background.

I will also paste the link of one of old posts which I introduced another shot of reflections by the building.

This is my contribution to RDP Monday: SUBLIME.

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Flat Rock Creek walking track

Here are photographs I took when I did a good amount of walk at Flat Rock Creek the other afternoon.

North Bridge is a gate in Sydney North Shore from lower to upper.  When I cross the bridge on occasion, a light thrills swells me up largely because of pairs of the beautiful classic pylons.

Flat Rock Creek was streaming underneath the bridge and walk pass leads along with.  It is a nice small nature reserves locating near to residential area.

I wanted to take photographs and I wanted to take photographs of bridges, but that of iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge or ANZAC Bridge.  I then spontaneously grabbed my camera and dashed in there, it was a good choice.

I really had a great time.  It was really great afternoon.

And I hope these photos will share the vibes with you.  🙂

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North Bridge at the front
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Beneath North Bridge
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Small creek made beautiful reflection on the water
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Another beautiful refection on the water.
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Looking up the bridge
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Collaborative art by Bougainvillea and dottys
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Little cuties but i dont know their name..

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