I’m really looking forward to visiting this beautiful harbour again. In just a few weeks I’ll be taking some time out and cruising from Melbourne to Sydney in an awesome @apollomotorhomeholidays motorhome. The trip over 2.5 weeks will take me through national parks, coastal towns, wineries, mountains, and of course the cities. It’s going to be a much needed adventure and break. Until then, enjoy this stunning view of Sydney harbour ✨💕
Shot by @peterhughesphotography#takemetoaustralia
3,1593621 April, 2019
Wow what a morning it was!!! With colour in the sky nearly an hour before the sun was due to rise I knew it was a burner and so it was🔥🔥🔥
📍Sydney Opera House
Gear : Nikon D3300 / 18-55mm
Settings : ISO 100 / f10 / 8 second exposure
1,5687822 April, 2019
Photo Tip ☝️ When photographing landscapes try capturing them from a low angle for a different perspective of a familiar scene. Remember photography is all about experimenting and having fun.
Photo 📷 @elisaeves ⏱ f/11 | 25 sec | ISO 100 | Canon 5D Mark IV camera + 16-35 f/4L Lens | GND 0.9 filter
Safe to say we have just found our happy place. 😍 Tucked away in the western side of #CremornePoint , the Maccallum Pool in Sydney's north is much loved by locals and visitors alike, and it's not hard to see why! The 33m harbourside pool offers impressive views of the city skyline and iconic landmarks including the @sydneyoperahouse and #SydneyHarbourBridge . Say no more, our afternoon laps just got heaps better! 🏊🏻♀️ #ilovesydney 📷 @leragaf
🇩🇪 An unserem ersten Tag in Sydney haben wir uns die Harbour Bridge mal etwas genauer angeschaut. 1932 wurde sie nach mehr als 8 Jahren Bauzeit eröffnet. 16 Bauarbeiter verunglückten währenddessen tödlich 😳 Ohne ihr Opfer hätte die Stadt jedoch nicht ihre heutige Größe und Schönheit erlangt 😌 Seitdem überqueren täglich tausende Menschen, Fahrzeuge und Züge die über 1km lange Bogenbrücke. Wenn man vor ihr steht, ist man im ersten Moment sprachlos 🙂Was für ein tolles Bauwerk! Dazu noch die Sonne und der blaue Himmel - Perfekt! 😍
🇦🇺 On our first day in Sydney we took a closer look at the Harbour Bridge. It was opened in 1932 after more than 8 years of construction. Meanwhile, 16 construction workers died in an accident 😳 Without their sacrifice, the city would not have reached its present size and beauty, I think 😌 Since then thousands of people, vehicles and trains crosses the 1 kilometer long arch bridge every day. When you stand in front of it, you are speechless at first 🙂 What for an great building! 😍
"You're so hard on yourself. Take a moment. Sit back. Marvel at your life: at the grief that softened you, at the heartache that wisened you, at the suffering that strengthened you. Despite everything, you still grow. Be proud of this." #dearself#sydneyharbourbridge
treated mini-human to a train ride today, had lunch at @devoncafe nth syd & caught up with @kbstar4 all while v2.0 was at daycare. he devoured half an omurice with fried chicken (not pictured) & *that* demi-glace sauce. husband & I shared a healthy & delicious poké bowl with a not-as-healthy KJI fried chicken sando which has super soft & bouncy bread! thai milk tea soft-serve with fries delicious as always🍦🍟
The lobby of Brisbane’s new boutique hotel, The Fantauzzo (an @artserieshotels property) features original artworks by acclaimed Australian artist @vincent_fantauzzo ⠀
We LOVE his ‘self portrait’ titled ‘All that's good in me (self-portrait as son Luca)’ in which he painted his 4-year old son in a Superman costume.
This work won the People’s Choice Award in the @artgalleryofnsw 2014 prestigious Archibald Prize.
Guests can take daily art tours at the hotel to learn more about all works on display.
Earlybird run in Sydney 🌅🇦🇺 #throwback
2 days left for my first half marathon this year -> @cairnsmarathon in the tropical north of Australia with an average temperature of 30-32 °C 😅
Fortunately, our start is at 5:45 am 🙌
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A bird ready to dive from branch, she's not afraid, she has her wings. They give her power, to fly and soar to heights, with clouds, winds fueling her to go higher.
Ever wondered what you'd feel if you had wings? Wings symbolize utmost freedom, the magic of flight, an amazing wondrous sensation as you rise up, higher, leaving the ground behind.
But humans are made from earth, and to earth they return. That must not be forgotten. On spite of having wings, they must remember their roots, the ground that has created them and the ground that gives them life.