Today I wanted to get out of the house and get some exercise, but I didn’t just want to walk around the local neighbourhood, because it’s so familiar and I see it all the time. So I decided to hop in the car and drive a few suburbs away to Cremorne Point.
The point is a peninsula jutting south into Sydney Harbour. There is a walking path all the way around the shore of the point, and it has both beautiful scenery and amazing fancy houses. The shore is covered with trees and so there are also many birds in the area. I took both my phone and my dSLR with bird lens.
A rainbow lorikeet:
Silver gull, with an interesting Sydney background:
A panorama of the lighthouse at the end of the point, and the city:
The MacCallum Seawater pool. This is a completely free public swimming pool, with an amazing view:
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