Save the date – 1st September
I am running my first official on3legs photowalk in Sydney on Saturday the 1st September. This is your chance to get together with like minded people that will actually enjoy hearing all about your photography stuff and adventures… And it doesn’t matter what type of camera you use, if you love taking photos, even if it’s with your smartphone, then come along!
We will be starting at Blues Point Reserve for a 3:00pm meet and greet, and of course photo’s of the Harbour Bridge and the city, we will then make our way to the McMahons Point Wharf and jump on a ferry to Circular Quay, followed by a slow wander around to Mrs Macquaries Chair to watch the sunset… this is a great spot for sunset and night photos of the harbour and the city… everybody welcome!
REGISTER HERE (you can just rock up on the day if you want… but if you feel like you want to officially register… you can!)
The Daily Pic – Another one off the Bucket List
After seeing the movie ‘Bucket List’ I compiled a list of things I would like to do before I die, and visiting the 7 wonders of the world is on the list, so it was great to be able to visit the Great Wall on my China trip. Photo’s don’t do this wonder justice, the Great Wall is amazing! It stretches for 8000kms accross China and took a couple of hundred years to build, and they did it some 600 years ago! If you have a ‘bucket list’ I would recommend making sure a trip to the Great Wall of China is on your list. This photo was from Jinshanling, a quiet part of the wall, not many tourists will make it to this spot as it is nearly 2 hours from Beijing. This part of the wall was only recently opened to tourists and alot of it has not been restored and can be a little tricky to climb… so make sure you wear good shoes!