Sydney Film Photo Diary

Bronte Beach
Remember when I went to Sydney earlier in the year? Yeah, well I finally got the roll of film I took down developed. Some six months later. This is turning into a real bad habit of mine. This was the first time I'd ever used Lomography film and while I was initially underwhelmed with the results, they've slowly but surely grown on me. I didn't take as many photos as I thought I had (isn't that always the case with film photos?) and the ones I did take were pretty typically 'Sydney'. Anyway, scroll down for photos of Bondi, The Grounds of Alexandria, the Opera House, and a bit of a light installation.

Hi From Bondi Bondi Beach
BONDI TO BRONTE - A trip to Sydney isn't complete without making your way to iconic Bondi beach. My friends and I started our weekend doing all of the Bondi things - the Bondi to Bronte walk (well, technically it was Bronte to Bondi), brunch at Bondi Wholefoods, and then a stroll through the Bondi markets. So. Much. Bondi. Spending a morning in activewear doing brunch things and market things is something that I've NEVER done back home but felt it was decidedly appropriate for Bondi.


The Grounds of Alexandria The Grounds of Alexandria The Grounds of Alexandria The Grounds of Alexandria The Grounds of Alexandria
THE GROUNDS OF ALEXANDRIA - This place is one of the most Instagrammed spots in Australia. For real. It's no surprise though because this place is chock full of eye/Instagram candy. We made the rookie error of turning up mid-morning on a Sunday (hungover, no less) and by this time it was VERY busy and we were left waiting an hour and a half for a table at the cafe. So by the time we were seated we had to order off the lunch menu which was a bit of a blow to us breakfast lovers. There's plenty to do while you're waiting though and there are food vendors and seating scattered throughout the grounds so it's easy enough to grab a coffee and a quick bite if that's all you're after. My tip to avoid crowds: come early or come on a weekday.

Sydney Opera House Sydney Opera House Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
CIRCULAR QUAY - The last time I had been in Sydney was as a child so I don't *really* have any memories of seeing the Harbour Bridge or Opera House. So one afternoon I headed down to Circular Quay to take in all the touristy vibes and squeeze in a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art because I am a gallery junkie.

3 comments:

  1. I'd have been really pleased with the images, I like the vibe of them.

    Buckets & Spades

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  2. These are beautiful photos! They're very subdued, easy on the eyes.

    Black & White

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