This photo signifies the end an era and a new beginning.
In my post, New Beginnings, you’d have seen that my family have moved to Maroubra (there are also a few extra pics in Slow cooked lamb shanks in Sangiovese). Maroubra is a beach suburb in the east of Sydney. Unlike Bondi and Coogee, it hasn’t been over-developed. It still has a slightly shabby and untouched feel, although I am not sure how long this will last. There is talk of development going on very soon.
So I’ve spent the last couple of weeks getting to know it a little better. I’m only starting out on this photography lark, so please excuse me if they are a little amateur (some of the photo blogs I visit are breathtaking and very inspirational). Comments/advice most welcome.
There’s something magical about Hyde Park in Sydney. It’s surrounded by old majestic buildings, has old majestic trees running through it, is steeped in history and is frequented by so many interesting people. And it’s smack bang in the city.
It’s a great place to wander round and snap happy. Below are some photos I have taken recently as I wandered lonely as a cloud. Hope you enjoy them.
Centennial Park is a stunning oasis only a few kilometres from the Central Business District in Sydney. It has everything for everyone. It’s the place I go to cycle, to play with the kids, to walk, have a bbq or chill out. Below is a selection of images from Centennial Park I have taken since living in Sydney.