About 12km north of Sydney by ferry, Manly is a wonderful town separating the Tasman Sean and the Bay. The graininess and scratches are the joys of 35mm photography. View on Google Maps
I’m always fascinated by derelict buildings because each one has stories to tell. With its weathered look and rough textures, this one created such a contrast with the relatively new building behind it.
This has to be one of my favorite photos, such a simplistic scene with little activities going on in the background, takes me to the moment that I took it.
Opened on 19 March, 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge joins the southern and northern shore of the harbour and is one of the country’s landmarks with a spectacular view of the city from the top.