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  • Harris Street

    This is a street I walk down regularly on my way to Haymarket. There’s nothing special about this spot, but the lighting is nice at sunset.

  • Chinatown Crossing

    I really love 85mm for street photography, even though it isn’t considered to be a typical focal length for street.

  • Mysterious Figure Ahead

    While going for a walk around the city, I found this spot that had some great back lighting.

  • Merlion City

    Singapore is a location I’ve wanted to visit for many years now. Last week I was luckily enough to finally put that plan into fruition. I would say I really enjoyed my trip except for one aspect, the humidity. Although Sydney isn’t the coldest place in Australia, I do prefer my cold winter days over…

  • Goulburn Street

    I find there’s at least one interesting spot on each street here in Sydney. I have already taken a few shots of other streets so this is a new addition to the collection.

  • Hyde Park

    This was taken during the middle of the day in Hyde Park. The lighting wasn’t overly interesting but I still like the final result 🙂

  • Sunset Fishing

    Here is a candid shot of some people fishing during sunset down at Bradleys Head.

  • Starbucks Matcha Frappuccino

    A month or so back, I posted a photo of my new favorite dessert. Although I prefer the white chocolate drink, this is my girlfriends favorite. It is a Matcha (Green Tea) Frappuccino from Starbucks which I spend too much money at now. It wasn’t a very eventful weekend but I did get around to doing…

  • Rookie Mistake

    The title for this post may seem a bit strange. Although once you read through what lead me to capturing this image then it will make perfect sense.

  • Crossing Paths

    Back when I used to visit Sydney a long time ago, Darling Harbour was somewhere I used to love to visit. I loved just  sitting by the water and relaxing at night.