Part 2 of Sydney, still, this was all about color and light.
1 Martin Place
Two men enjoying the sunshine
When you look at the details, there are really nice colors everywhere!
Harbor bridge in the morning.
Interesting perspectives for a landlocked Austrian.
Again, the colors here are dramatic.
Something’s poking out behind the trees …
The harmony of the sand tone colors gives a really warm feel to the skyline.
The first fleeters who arrived in this god forsaken country …
Burger King down under.
This will come again and again – beautiful, warm colors.
Contrast in blue with green highlights.
Organized – this is what it should look like!
Japanese colonial style?
Woman and colors.
Asian woman on orange couch.
He was younger than me back then!
The age of email?
Middle aged man porn.
Where am I?
Shells on the beach.
Showing respect in the pecking order.
The safeguard boys.
It has something Cornwall-ish …
This one’s for Paul Greeno.
5 colors blue.
The action is kicking off after 2pm.
That was a good wave!
Need to get out there.
One more after this.
Get back in there.
Attack of the killer birds.
Beautiful Vietnamese colors in Miss Chu’s restaurant on Bondi Beach. Check out the guy sleeping on the top right corner of the picture – truly authentic South East Asian.
Drip coffee in Miss Chu’s restaurant.
The day should never end!
Narrow or wide – the colors are dramatic.
You can jog, surf, bike or just scratch your balls in the sand …
Cactus on the rocks.
The whole coastline has so many inspiring color schemes.
Rainbow in the clouds.
Sunset and man.
Dusk, yet they still don’t want to go home!
Next morning brings out the contrast.
Back in the day, some of my letters and postcards from England ended up here!
Museum of Modern Art – a nice way to finish the trip.
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