Farewell to 2021
The year 2021 has, without a doubt, been my lowest year in terms of photographic output.
In the final days of the year 2021, I decided to head to a favourite location in Pyrmont, in order to photograph the relatively new Crown Sydney skyscraper alongside the three skyscrapers which form International Towers in the Barangaroo precinct.
The western side of the Sydney skyline is very photogenic, and it has changed significantly as I have photographed it over the years.
Here is one of the images that I captured:
During my time at this favourite spot of mine, a man passing through the area approached me and struck up a conversation. He assumed that I was a professional photographer, and asked me a few questions about photography.
We got to talking about technique, composition, light and gear, and as it turns out, he has just got into photography, and has bought himself some very nice gear.
So, if Nathaniel from Gibraltar is reading this, thanks for the company and conversation, and for being interested in what I was doing and how I was doing it; and I hope that you pursue and enjoy photography as I have done.
Photographed on Gadigal land.
Published on Friday, 31 December, 2021.
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