Walking around Sydney streets is like a treasure hunt. You never know what you find or where you get to. The city and its suburbs are full of surprises just waiting to be caught on camera and captured forever. It’s best to venture out at dusk or dawn but since I’m not a morning person sunsets are my personal favourites. Wandering around Milsons Point and its surroundings with my girls we witnessed a truly stunning sunset. Even the old school Sydney Luna Park looked magical with its lights on and had this mysterious ambience. I did not have my tripod with me (again!) but managed to keep the camera still.
I ❤ Sydney!!!
Sydney Harbour Bridge from the Luna Park side
the Opera House
I absolutely love sunsets in Sydney
You are never too old for neon colours! This season vibrant shades are in so enjoy wearing them as much as you can. Travelling through some of the Bali villages I came across this lovely lady. She definitely knows what’s in fashion this season and I think she did a great job putting her outfit together. This full length bold print skirt goes well with the neon pink jacket and yellow T-shirt. Her neon orange turban to tops it all off! She didn’t even forget to put some funky electric violet flip-flops on!
Are you stuck for ideas where to go for a weekend this winter? Go to Brisbane! It’s only 1.5 hours from Sydney (as long as your flight is on time :-)). If you are more adventurous catch a train. It’s only 14 hours….
The city centre is really modern and well maintained. It’s much smaller than Sydney so you won’t have to rush around to see everything. The city has a really good vibe. There are so many interesting sculptures and other funky art work scattered around. If you like the nature go to the Botanic Gardens or if you crave more of a beach go to the South Bank. This man-made lagoon is absolutely adorable. It’s full of flowers, cool trees and you get some nice views too. If you have some spare time catch a ferry before the sunset along the Brisbane River to go to the Powerhouse. There are many cultural events organised at the venue, various contemporary exhibits, there is a theatre located in the same building. What is more, the place is a popular location for film and other media shoots. If you are thirsty or hungry there is a bar and a restaurant overlooking the river with a tastefully designed interior. On your way back don’t forget to take a few stunning night shots of the Story Bridge and the city (tripod will come in handy).
Cliff views from the Botanic Gardens
Lots of cool sculptures on every corner
Ozzies love their coffee
cool looking buildings
South Bank beach in the city
South Bank at night
Story Bridge at night (with no tripod :-/)