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Botany Bay

I realised that I haven't posted these photos from last year at Botany Bay, Sydney. It's the site of James Cook's first landing on the continent of Australia as said in Wiki.

On the day of my first visit, the gloomy weather from the grey cloud gave the whole place rather a depressing look. Even the half of the view of the horizon is the Sydney Airport and other industrial cargo docks, so it wasn't like Bondi at all for sure.

Having said that I still loved spending time at there. All the things made the place look depressing also contributed to the unique characteristic of the bay. The cloudy picture of the place is now well encrusted in my mind, if I go back there on any sunny day, it would feel foreign to me.

All the images were taken with OM10 with Kodak Tri-x 400 except for the 2nd and 3rd ones which were shot with Fuji X100.

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