Every now and then, I take my camera out and venture onto the street for a walk - have a look around and capture things that interest me, be it architecture, streets, people, scenes, or places.
A few days ago, I dropped into the neighbouring suburb of Woolloomooloo, onto Woolloomooloo Bay, which is down the hill from Potts Point. One of the Bay’s tourist attractions, Harry’s Cafe de Wheels, is next to the Finger Wharf and Fleet Base East of Garden Island, the Royal Australian Navy, and onto the Wharf where the Blue Sydney Hotel is located.
On my way down to the Bay, I passed a local cat I nicknamed “Amelie”. Amelie always hangs out at her favourite spot and that favourite blue sock is always close by - just one sock not two. This cat is so used to the public that she snoozes no matter what goes on around her. I must say Amelie has got herself a prime spot with the best view ever - the sunset on these steps are just amazing. It’s worth trading that spot for her other blue sock.