Chasing time… May 2016.
Harbour Bridge is the world’s largest steel arch bridge. It cannot be missed while you’re in the city. Probably the most photographed landmark in Australia after the Opera House, but those two are very often shoot together as they are located very close to each other.
That day I took an early morning train across the Harbour Bridge to Kirribilli. It’s a suburb located just on the other side of the harbour from the Sydney centre. On the way back I walked trough the bridge and… on the other side I had a double espresso from Mecca Coffee 😉
The day we stood at the highest point of Australian mainland – 2228 meters above the sea level, named by the Polish explorer Paul Edmund Strzelecki in 1840.
Shots of April 2016.
Two days in Warsaw seen through the viewfinder of Fuji X100s.
There’s luck in leisure.
I did not abandon that part of my blog, it has been hugely delayed… so let’s go back in time 😉