My Australian Journey #3: Blue skies and skylines

I much prefer a blue sky in any photo. It adds so much more to a shot and just gives off a warm, happy vibe. It does for me anyway.


The shot above is one of my favourite pictures on my whole working holiday visa. I love the brightness and the bright white flag blowing in the wind before an impressive skyline. The skyline is the main reason I used to enjoy a walk around Darling Harbour and I have plenty of shots in this post from September 2017.



I took a couple of shots here, this one and when I was waiting at the traffic lights at night, decided to try and get another shot from the same angle. I like looking at both together, it’s like travelling in a time machine.


I think the theme of all my Instagram uploads is a blue sky, or pictures with lots of colour. It puts me in a good mood, which is probably why I like street art so much. Bright colours to raise my spirits, especially at times when I need it.


Expect lots of sunshine and colour in my upcoming posts!


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12 thoughts on “My Australian Journey #3: Blue skies and skylines”

  1. My understanding is, that we are all hard-wired to relax when we see the colour blue. Also, when we hear the sound of running water. I use this a lot when helping people with visualisations.

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    1. I believe it as both relax me! I love listening to the sound of rain and every now and then play it on Spotify in the background. I like the sound of rain but not really the sight of it, blue skies for me!


  2. Thanks so much, Sam! I love colours! They speak to my souls… especially when it resonates with my temperamental stance at each point in time

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