I would like to share a couple of images I photographed a couple of months ago. At that day I had an early appointment near Bondi first in the morning. I could have left the area after the appointment but I checked my time and found that I could squash short photography time before getting out. So I did so quickly along Bondi Coastal Walk.
I processed this in monochrome in order to make the half-open window with a glimpse of outside outstanding in the photo. First I thought I processed it too dark for my usual works, but then I thought that it ended up fair for the contrast made by dark room vs bright window.
Monochrome Madness is the community she opens 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.
So here are a few more photos I took at Chowder Bay a couple of weeks ago. Yes, I had more than one image which I had posted in my earlier blog. 🙂
Time flies, January was gone already. February is not as good as January for bathing in Sydney (in my opinion). Chowder Bay has a good short trekking path, which leads to other neighbor spots around the small head facing Sydney Harbour, so I hope to be back there for a walk and taking photos.
This was photographed at Palm Beach at Northern Beaches on one of after Christmas day. This ferry wharf is for the ferries connecting the Palm Beach with local towns at Central Coast located on opposite shore of the inland sea.
It was a relaxed morning, it was before that the area is being packed with people. There are only a few groups just started getting their stuff unpacked for their activity, while a couple of people did morning swim.
It will be great if the photo shares the vibe of the calm and relaxed summer morning with you.
These were taken on rock platforms laid along the path for Bondi Tamarama Coastal Walk (please refer to here for the coastal walk). I had had an appointment in the morning at Bondi Junction and I extended to the beach after the appointment.
I rarely visit this Sydney’s most famous beach, simply because it is a little far from my local, but therefore I got to put my camera in my bag first in the morning of the day even I knew that I did not have much time for ‘excursion’ to do after the appointment.
It was just nice day. As it was a weekday, beach was not packed, and people were relaxed. I quickly found a quiet spot on the platform and did some long exposure shots. I had to quickly pack up and head back to city, but it was nice and fun short photography time.
If you are visiting my page from somewhere in winter or cold country, I hope I could share this warm and relaxed tone by the photos below. 🙂