Another Sydney Cityscape, but this time featuring a little more water.
I think that this photo gives a really good view of this particular section of Sydney.
I think that the photo gives a good idea of how vast the area is, but also makes it feel a little smaller.
As the distance increases the details become a bit more vague, which I think has to do with whatever was hanging in the air. It was likely pollution. Sydney is not often thought of as being polluted but this is something that is going to become more and more common if things don’t start changing.
I think that it is pollution as, aside from the clouds hanging near the horizon, the weather was clear and dry on this particular day.
The pollution concerns me, but I do like how in this photo it makes things fade as the distance increases.
I do like the way you can see the vegetation among the urbanisation of the region as it prevents buildings from completely overwhelming the land.
I also like the way that the harbour contrasts with everything. Buildings are small and the body of water is comparatively massive.
This photo kind of makes North and South Head appear small, but you also get an impression of their size.
This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s photo challenge.
Leanne’s now merged two photo challenges that she runs. The theme for this one is “S”.
I chose this photo as I think that it represents the letter well by showing a part of Sydney viewed in an uncommon manner.
I suggest checking out Leanne’s photography, as well as checking out what other people submit into the challenge.
You can find the challenges here.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy.