There was many cultural performances on the opening night of Barangaroo Reserve. I have a few shots that were worthy of sharing. This one here in particular I really like becouase of the lighted sandstone background. It sort of a dream like stage or dream land. Which the Koori people are very familiar with I hope.
I have a friend who happens to be half Koori and half Caucasian suggested that the word "Aboriginal" was very provocative. That was the opposite of original? It was the first white man settlement that came up with that word and it so political incorrect that we should abolish the word from our dictionary.I've never though about it until I have closed contact with a Koori, and he was so right.
Why did I only have a few good shots? There was 10,000 thousand photographers were there, everyone was pointing there smart phones at something. Everyone are into photography but how good is the photographs are questionable. Come on smart phones photographers out there, please do us photographer a favour and when it is indoor please use a proper camera that can take better photo in low light.
Every photo is a part of your memory, make sure it is a good one. I was that guy that was using a smart phone to take photos but I know my memory can better capture with a better equipment and learn how to use it properly. Come and join us, the world of photography is fun.