Its like the fertilizer running off the golf course slowly turning the rocks into a putrid mix of algae and shit, slowly infecting the vast mass of the sea.
I was standing beneath a golf course here, the furthest point in the picture… still a golf course..

Buchan Point

Buchan Point
Gotta love our golf courses here in Sydney, beside taking up large swathes of nice coastline, the signage is … novel to say the least.
First, ‘no public access, no pedestrians’.. but if you are there… you must ‘wear a lifevest’

Balls of Steel

Thelma Point. I visited this little spot some years and have always wanted to get back with the right conditions, its a fine balance between too much water flowing over the rockshelf and not enough to create a nice cascade.

Its also a good reminder to watch the sea and never assume that just cause there has not been any waves come across for 5 or 10 minutes that its all sweet. This spot, on this morning, had some odd rhythms to it, it would go almost 12 or 15 minutes without a wave making it over the shelf, then you get a whole bunch, like 5 or 6 waves that would nail it.. and when those bunker busters are pounding the pavement its hard to hold your own

Taken with the very nice KaseFilters 1.2 grey graduated filter for a shutter speed of 1/4s

Balls of Steel

Brand new bangers.

Last time I was here the building on the left was but a bunch of electronic lines in some ex dubai’s architects computer – now its the dominator on the Sydney skyline.
Whilst it has some nice curves, it really seems to lack any real pizzazz, something to make you go, wow that looks awesome or standout amoungst the rest of the glass and concrete sitting around. Maybe I am alittle harsh on my civil brethren, the world of aviation has not really set things alight in terms of revolutionally design’s, (other than saving a bunch of weight and pretty displays)

Barangaroo at Dusk.

#kasefiltersBrand new bangers.