It amazes me when I think that after a while we don’t take in what we have right in front of our eyes on a day to day basis.
On a hot, humid, sparkling Sunday morning I travelled with my friend Craig and my Blackberry and captured a stunnin champagne supernova day in Sydney as I walked and talked from where I live via Paddington and Centennial Park in Sydney to Clovelly Beach.
I opened my eyes as a tourist with fresh lenses, a new approach and a friend who complained he became a cell phone widower as I became a tourist to capture the day in my own town.
I challenge you all to brush down those cobwebs wake up tomorrow on a day off take out your iphone, blackberry or camera and rediscover your own town as if you were a tourist.
It makes you realise how different life can look through different lenses!
6.00am and the tangerine sun.
Blue skies over Barcom Avenue. I can taste the champagne.
Stairway to somewhere, reserved for the puppy at the top
Wrap your arms around me
All in all, it's just another brick in the wall
Standing in the shadow of love.
Glimpses of heaven.
Sons of beaches
Sardines out to dry
The W Hotel for sharks. Bed and breakfast included.
Out to lunch...
Never be fenced in