Wednesday, August 08, 2007


As I am pushed for time, here is one of my favourite views over Sydney, from Watson's Bay. To me, Sydney has the kind of skyline a child would draw. I love it. Hope the sun shineth upon ye!


Blogger Ai said...

Verily, the Sun also Shineth - as long as you post such splendid pictures!

Best wishes from another victim of Pushing Time,


9:34 PM  
Blogger Reya Mellicker said...

The sun is shining ... but ... it's so dry here we Washingtonians with it was raining. Whatever is, is never enough!!

Beautiful pic. Thinking of you with love, dah-link!

11:05 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Hey, thanks for this! I haven't seen Sydney from this distance. It's great!

7:00 AM  
Blogger Shelly Lowenkopf said...

And how would Murikami respond to this stunning beauty? Would he find his cat here? It is, however, easier being different than it is being same.

11:09 AM  
Blogger Lori Witzel said...

That is one charming horizon line!

The Mur (my sweet hubbie) is home, so must dash and pretend to be domesticated.

(He knows I'm semi-feral, no fooling him...)

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Nathalie said...

Watson's bay, what a treat! It's one of my own favourite views of Sydney too, Pod, thanks for posting this! Trying not to feel homesick as I watch this beautiful view...

12:40 PM  
Blogger Shelly Lowenkopf said...

So I'm thinking if you were in Watson's Bay you surely popped over to Doyle's and had a Balmain Bug or two.

3:21 PM  
Blogger WAT said...

Oh my. This is a spectacular shot indeed. Way ta go!

I think I can see MEN AT WORK playing music!

7:38 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Beautiful shot! I don't think I've ever seen Sydney from this angle, or from this far out. And what a sky!

(I love that you didn't put the horizon line in the middle!)

7:51 PM  
Blogger Lynne said...

Lovely image, pod!

The skyline does look a bit ragged—like a mouth with missing teeth. The buildings are all different heights! But lovely just the same!

Love the perspective.

9:35 PM  
Blogger raindog said...

what a stunning view. i don't think i'll ever hope to see water that blue looking out over the gulf of mexico. again, jealous. but, my my my, what traffic on the water! beautiful pic!

12:01 AM  
Blogger d. chedwick bryant said...

whoa! hold on thar--that is one beautiful view !

3:05 AM  
Blogger Joel Reynolds said...

Ya, friggin amazing city. I was there for 7 months, Podster. I loved it.


10:22 PM  
Blogger First Nations said...

sweetheart, that is too gorgeous. it has kid colors too, doesn't it? saturated blues and greens and everything strongly marked out.

1:27 PM  
Blogger Jazzy said...

wooow, no wonder it's your favorite view!
here it's raining at the moment, don't really like it.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

AI - hope ot settles down soon ;0)

REYA - is anything ever enough?! ;0)

BEN - tis a beautiful city indeed!

SHELLY - i think he may catch the odd glimpse perhaps? doyles? too busy. too expensive, great spot though!

LORI - don't pretend too hard!

NATH- come back! come back! wherever you are! x

WAT - men at work? goodness. i am surprised you know them!

STE - the sky seems so big here. i love it!

LYNNE - thank you! i dreamt i got an email from you with two kisses and nothing else? xx like that

RAINDOG - i am sure where you are holds its own appeal? sydney is a pretty good looking city though, in more ways than one ;o)

CHED - wouldn't you just love to lie in a sunny window looking out over theat view? with me stroking your big fat tummy?

JOEL - oh! what were you upto here?

FN - and all totally natural. no photoshop or other tweeking!

JAZZY - it's raining here too now!

8:41 PM  
Blogger get zapped said...

Stunning picture. You are lucky, too! Thanks for sharing this incredible city. Peace

4:34 AM  
Blogger Gary said...

Pod, that is a beautiful picture. I got the same feeling from it. Simple and childlike. I think it would make a fantastic photo for a children's book. There is a project for us -- I will write it and you can do the photographs. Something magical with multilayered meanings and perhaps a forward by Reya.

5:19 AM  
Blogger Junk Thief said...

It reminds me of why folks say San Francisco and Sydney have so much in common. Though we're a bit "hillier" to put it mildly.

1:36 AM  

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