I was going through old photos today and I found this: the Anzac Bridge. I used to go to this spot quite often, because I lived nearby. I have lived in several places in this world and I think it is hard to beat Glebe in Sydney. I would wake up every day and every […]
This was taken exactly one year ago Down Under. The coast guard was partying on the boat.
I went through my old photos just now. This is one of those photos that I like and I have yet to share. The photo was shot at Watsons Bay, Sydney. If you click the link, I can tell you that it was taken from the top of the cliff, near the lighthouse, looking down. […]
I do think that this building has the most elaborate facade along Broadway. Yet, it is under appreciated. A lot of people with camera tend to overlook the building, interested in the nearby buildings belonging to the University of Sydney instead.
Like in the previous picture, Manly is on the horizon. Wikipedia says that the lighthouse is the third oldest lighthouse in Australia (if Wikipedia says so, it has to be true. Would Jimmy Wales lie to us?). It was built in 1858. It guards the entrance to Port Jackson, or really, the city of Sydney.
I woke up one morning and then I felt an urge to see the Tasman Sea. So I got on a bus to catch a boat ride to Watsons Bay, which is to the east of Sydney. This particular shot was taken from South Head, one of the heads that form the entrance to Sydney […]
This is somewhere between Bronte and Coogee.
I love street fairs. Ann Arbor has the Street Art Festival and the Top of the Park, as part of its annual summer festival. It makes the small town livelier and it makes the sweltering summer easier to live through. Too bad I do not have too many photos of my Ann Arbor days. The […]