Aerial view of Sydney

Here are some lucky shots of Sydney city and suburbs I managed from return flight from Japan.

I was on the isle seat but luckily there was no one next to me on the window seat, I was granted to use two seats straight.

Oh hey Sydney!
Oh hey Sydney
Royal National Park approaching on my right.
Royal National Park is approaching on my right.

I am not that keen for photography with drone, but still it is a big joy to view the world from high point.

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Muttering at departure gate

It’s 8:25pm and final call for boarding will be called soon.

It’s already long day today and I am going to take a 9 hours night flight for to be landed at my destination.

See you Sydney in two weeks. I will miss you 🙂

Hello Japan, stay still and here I come.

I will stop mumbling as moving toward the gate for boarding, with the beautiful morning shot at Manly beach, NSW.

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Path

This photograph was taken almost a year ago at Freshwater beach, NSW, along to other shots I had taken together with this one.

I caught the path in this photo which led toward a park and cafes, while, I caught it looking toward the beach in the other one.

I had kept this photo just in my drawer because I was not sure if I liked this photo for the composition I did, which, the path was not set in the center of the frame.  I remember why I took from this angle because I did not like what I saw on the left in the scene and I wanted to keep it out of the image, and I liked the bright clouds on the top right leading down to the center of the image.

And on top of it, this photo recalled me the lovely morning that I had on that day, which was worth enough to do, loading camera stuff and surf board on a car to drive up to the beach and caught the things with them.  It was just before the beach was being packed with people so it was the best time to play at.  IMG_8113

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My first New Zealand 5: Fox Glacier

As soon as TranzAlipine rails was arrived at Greymouth, we hired a car and drove Westland District down to Fox Glacier.

It was wet day all over the West Coast.  When we arrived at Fox Glacier, it was already evening.  We checked-in the accommodation, took dinner, and rested for next day.

Next morning, I got up a little early and took a short walk around the accommodation.  Rain was up and clouds were getting to uncover mountains and glacier,  which thrilled me enough because, we were going to land on the ice for a short hike on the day.

Here are some snapshots out of those I took around the accommodation we stayed.

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A baby leaves nested on a pylon.
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These photos didn’t catch well, but morning dew made this beautiful landscape more beautiful. 
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Clouds were clearing and glacier appeared.
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I felt I got some support of Last Quarter (I don’t know why..). 

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Peeking ray of light in the morning

These are the snapshots of my lucky morning to witness this nice ray of light a couple of days ago.

At that time, it was not overcast but clouds continued building its form to the direction where the sun rising, and I think I saw this state rather longer than I had thought of being able to.  And it was like, as if the sun and clouds were competing against each other for to sit on a front position.

Well no, they did not compete against but they worked together to show us this beautiful ray of light, I believe.  🙂

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