Instagram, our week in pictures 25th – 31st May.

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another week has disappeared and we are fortunate enough to say the Sydney rains haven’t joined us, yet.

Weve mostly been trying to get a chance to check out the Vivid Sydney events. During the cooler off season Sydney puts on a great sensory spectacle of lights, music and installation art – It was pretty good; even with a million people camped out with their tripods taking picture after picture of the Opera House.

 

 

Sydney had been in the grips of fog from the start of the week, and I took this picture of the Westfield tower from our break room at work, i’m pretty lucky to have a view over Hyde Park at the best of times, but with the fog it was awesome.

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The fog

And just some general, everyday pictures of us doing hipstery things such as taking pictures of our food at a ‘Vietnamese tuckshop’ and checking out some art & galleries in Sydney.

Check out last weeks post here, & come join us on instagram, our usernames are @jessica__smart & @btone6seven.

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Sydney : Dusk, the perfect excuse not to get up for sunrise.

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Hello Sydney! I’ve missed you.

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We arrived into Sydney on the twentieth of December, since then when we’ve been running around catching up with people, being festive and sorting out boring things like bank accounts and medicare. We’ve spent a lot of time catching up on sleep too, the last few months have clearly hit us hard.

We’ve spent a bit of time at the beach, and wandered around the city some, but one of my favourite places to wander is The Rocks.

it’s odd to think you’re only five, or ten minutes from circular quay and hundreds of tourists but hardly any of them venture further into the older area of Sydney. For this, I am thankful.