The Butterfly Effect
We’ve been in Sydney for a couple of weeks now, and we are still managing to be awestruck by the natural beauty of the environments that line the harbor foreshore. Take for example this rock. How does a rock even manage to look this amazing!? (Any geologists out there please explain!)
We took these photos at Nielsen Park after exploring and getting a bit sunburnt whilst lying on the grass.
We fell for this spot instantly. The rock formations actually look alive. You can stare at them for ages and see different creatures – just like staring at clouds.
Our jumpsuit from Elliatt was perfect for this shoot. It seemingly melts in with the colours and textures of the rocks – chameleon style.
Right now we are trying to plan our road trip through Australia (suggestions would be greatly appreciated). Our cousin Marika arrives in Sydney from Berlin this Monday and then we are off up north; driving along the coastline and stopping at every town up to Byron Bay.
We have heard that once you get to Byron – you don’t want to leave. So… obviously we need to go!