I love taking photos looking up from the underneath of bridges. It’s a different perspective to what you normally see, especially of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
All of the buildings in these photos are quite old and have some really ornate features and facades.
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There is something beautiful about this boat, lying rotten and decayed against a beautiful stone building on Norfolk Island.
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I liked the angles in this photo. If you stand at the right spot you can see through to the other side. It was taken at the Heide Museum of Art in Melbourne.
Milford Sound, New Zealand
The mountains that surround Milford Sound are the highest I’ve ever seen. Not that I’ve travelled to many countries but Australia doesn’t have many really high mountains compared to other countries.
The cruise ship in my photo is completely dwarfed by these mountains. When we sailed past the ship we realised how big it is and how big the mountains are.
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Sunrise at Uluru (Ayers Rock).
I took this photo when I went into the CBD for a work conference. I couldn’t see the purples when I took the photo so was amazed when I later looked at it on my computer.