Dee Why beach
From the cliffs looking towards Curl Curl.
On the walk from Dee Why
On the walk from Dee Why to North Curl Curl.
Swimming pools cut out of the rock foreshore at Dee Why.
On the cliffs at Dee Why.
I can't believe I actually took this!
Watsons Bay to South Head walkway
On the walk from Watsons Bay to South Head.
Camp Cove, Sydney
Camp Cove on the walk round to the Heads.
Monument on the walk to South Head. During WWII there was an anti-submarine net across the harbour entrance from this point to another on the opposite shore.
Interestingly this cannon was installed to protect Sydney against the Americans back in the 1800s.
Looking towards South Head.
At South Head. Set the timer on the camera and run over to pose.
Restored lighthouse keeper's cottage at South Head.
The Gap. Sydney's top spot for topping yourself.
Looking the other way at The Gap.
View from South Head
Anchor of the 'Dunbar' which was wrecked on the rocks below South Head in 1857 with the loss of all but one life. The sole survivor, James Craig, went on to become a lighthouse keeper.
Looking back towards the city, the harbour bridge on the right.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Nice view from Huntley's Pt.
View from Huntleys Point on the North Shore of Sydney harbour.
Centrepoint Tower taken from Hyde Park
Sydney - Circular Quay
The Sydney Opera House, taken from the River Cat.
Harbour Bridge taken from the River Cat.
Sydney downtown area
Rigging from the HMAS Sydney, not the one that sunk in WWII, an earlier one.
Me and my boys at an Italian restaurant in Concord.
James watching the fish in the creek near my parents' place on the Gold Coast.
James and Jess enjoying street life in Crows Nest.
Graham and I at the airport.
What can I say? A sign in the ladies loo at the Leagues Club gym.