This is a picture I took when Ewe, Anna and I walked from Spit Bridge to Manly last year.
I’m not exactly sure as to what part of the walk this was taken.
Based on the view of the photo, I think it was somewhere between Grotto Point and Dobroyd Head.
The strait (if it is one – I’m not certain) in this photo is the entrance into Sydney Harbour from the Tasman Sea.
The Sydney Heads form the entrance.
I think North Head is visible.
Quarantine Head and South Head are.
The others are not.
I don’t know if Dobroyd Head is considered part of the Sydney heads, but if it is, it may be the close landmass to the left.
Anyway, I like this photo as I find it to be busy and relaxing.
I find it busy as there’s a fair bit of activity.
I find it relaxing as the sky is cloudless, the water is calm and the colours aren’t vibrant.
I decided to use this photo for The Daily Post‘s weekly photo challenge this week.
This time the theme is “Half and Half“.
Whilst the sky takes slightly less than half of the photo, it still provides a nice contrast to the water.
Whilst the water is calm, it is also rippled.
The sky is remains smooth in appearance throughout the area it covers.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy.