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Sydney Opera House

As one of the most visited place in the world, the Sydney Opera House is full of people from every corner of the planet all the time. Most of them enjoying their first visit to the site and well occupied with photo shooting session.

Typically, long holiday is the best time to get a new camera, especially if the destination is overseas. Consequently, the Opera House is the place where you can find many different kinds of recently released fresh cameras. As a person who occasionally suffers from GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome), taking a walk around the place feels like visiting Camera Expo and quite interesting to watch new gadgets on the current market.
     Chimping Altogether
I don't think I will never be able to become a serious photo jounalist as I do like taking a photo of people in their happiness so much. This group of gentleman from Asia makes me smile every time I look at their faces. It's good to have people who can share the good time together.
Ladies in both hands
I was thinking that he had a nice shopping bag in his hand.
Action photographers
Time to bring out your inner artist girls!
Where is Opera House?
Her bizzare shooting angle took me some time to figure out what she was doing. I bet she would appreciate new camera with vari-angle LCD screen. Personally, I'm really curious about the photos she took. Unfortunately I have no means to contact her in anyway, so if the funny destiny somehow brings you here to my blog, then please contact me and show me your photos.
Hard-core Camera
And this was also the first time I met a photographer who shoots with Nintend DS.
I love the spot they are sitting on. The best place to enjoy a chilling bottle of white wine in the hot summer night. If it's not too busy week days, even better.
All the images were taken with X100, on the cloudy day.

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All the images were published under the "Creative Commons" licence.


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One thing I always wanted to do well is a water sport which I can't do at all. Watching people enjoying themselves on the continuous waves from the ocean makes me smile and slightly jealous at the same time.

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