Weekly Photo Challenge (Final): All-Time Favorites

It is very disappointing that there is no more Weekly Photo Challenge open because it has been a great opportunity and community for me to keep up my motivation and see great posts contributed by other participants.

Here are my last submission.  These represent my all-time favorites .

I live in Sydney and I do love the view of Sydney particularly at sunrise and sunset.  Well, every cities must be beautiful in these hours, but to me, Sydney is one of most picturesque cities in the world.

I appreciate my lucky to live in here also because it is close to nature.  They have beaches and many bushes and mountains to walk and hike.  There are many Australian unique wild creatures and vegetation seen in there.

And on top, my lovely two fellas; Bleu and Shiraz.  The pair have been great companions / family who ‘talk’ a lot, sleep a lot, and bring me and mate laugh a lot.

Thank you very much for Daily Post community for all your time and works giving us these great motivation every day and week.  I hope one day this will open again to get this community back.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Favorite Place

There are several spots I call them ‘my favorite place‘, but Cremorne Point Reserve, Sydney, will be one of the top of them.

I go to the place at sunrise and sunset, in the morning and afternoon.  I see Sydney city straight from the point and I have seen them so many times, but I have never got bored as they are showing me different gorgeousness each time I see.

The Reserve has walking path which enables you to enjoy views both on Sydney city side and on inlet of north shore.  It is also great to switch on/off my head.

Sun came up over Robertsons Pt Light.
Sydney city taking early morning sunlight.
A Sydney ferry approaching to Cremorne Point Wharf.
Sydney city at sunset.  It is when city gets turning to goth mode.
Bottom of Robertsons Pt Light is popular point for early morning fishermen and seagulls.
The opposite side of city view.  It is quiet and is hidden goodness.

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