13.2.07

Land ahoy...

While not a great photo, I love this view. This photo shows the northern limit of Sydney, Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River, and the southern limit of the Central Coast.

This was taken during a camping trip in July 2004 (yes, it is possible to camp in the bush in Sydney). Mr Moi and I invested in a tent in order to undertake such adventures as city camping. But everytime we chose to camp, the rain chose to come.

Rather bad luck, considering we lived in a city that has been in drought for years. This was our third camping trip, and the clouds you see in the photo ended up bearing rather a lot of rain.

Having lived in the northern suburbs during our time in Sydney, Mr Moi and I would often drive up to the northern beaches to unwind and relax. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city proper, it's possible to look at this view and feel as though no-one has ever been here before. Except for those mansions, of course...

5 comments:

The very nice man said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your comment! Your secret is safe with me (and all my blog reader I hope, heehee!)

Beccy said...

Camping in the rain can be lots of fun (according to my children)!

samantha louise said...

are you talking about Sydeny, Australia?

Little Miss Moi said...

Dear very nice man. Good. I'm glad you can keep secrets! And thanks for visiting my blog.

Dear Beccy. Camping in the rain is fun, as long as you have a house to go back to and dry the tent at. When we camped in France in September, there was much rain. And our tent got so mouldy I that I was sleeping in a big french cheese.

Dear samantha louise. Yes, this is Sydney, Australia. I am from Australia. Just like you. Do you live in Sydney?

samantha louise said...

No I'm from Melbourne :)

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