Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Anderson Park, Neutral Bay Sydney Australia

I lived in the West of Sydney and I hardly explore the Northern suburbs of Sydney. One it is an effort to cross the Harbour Bridge it doesn't what kind of transportation I use, it's going to take over an hour just to get somewhere close to the Northern suburbs.

I used to study up at UTS in Lindfield, a Northern suburb. But I didn't get into photography then, there was no sense of exploration even though I nearly everyday I drove into a National Park. I wish I could turn back time and actually explore the every piece of the Northern suburbs especially the beautiful beaches they have up there.

So when I get into photography, I start to explore things around me. One day I just wondering across the Harbour Bridge and let the road that me to what ever place. It was a self guide photo-walk. Why wait for some famous photographer to organise something. Do it yourself. If you live in a city, why not explore a part of a city that you never seen before. I'll guarantee you came back with new photos and new experiences.

This particular photo was sitting in my hard drive and it doesn't do any good to me. I wish I have more time to edit all my photos and share it to everyone. But  it hard to to it, hopefully in 2015 I start to post at least one photo per day and write up something about it. A photo tell 1000 words but somettime you still have to tell people, a reminder if you will. And it is my story, my journey. I once heard Jim Rohn said "A life worth living, it's a life worth recording." Why not you start something right now? Don't wait. Also Jim Rohn said "Discipline weight ounces and regret weight tonnes." Which one do you want to choose?