Watson Bay, Sydney
I went for a walk from Bondi Beach to Watson Bay one rainy saturday. The place was pretty quite, without any crowd. I felt like spending my whole day there, listening to the sound of waves crashing against the cliffs, a cool breeze blowing through hair and a loved one for company. I love the way natural bushwalks and beaches are maintained so well in Sydney. It makes the experience extremely memorable.
Woy Woy, Sydney
The view was breathtaking, water water everywhere. This waterbody is called Bribane Waters. This quite suburb is about an hour away from Sydney by Train.
A lone house in the midst of blue water. The weather had slowly started becoming gloomy, but the scenic views made up for it.
::Don't miss out the previous Musings of the Wanderer::
A for Assam - The Land of blue Mountains
B for Bangalore n Balmoral Beach
C for Coogee Beach
D for Darling Harbour n Delhi
E for Elephant Falls
J for Jog WaterfallsK for Kanyakumari
L for Leura Forest
M for Manly n Mahaballipuram
N for Namdroling n Nohkalikai
O for Opera House n Ooty
P for Palm Beach
Q for Queensland
R for Rock Beach
S for Spit
T for The Blue Mountains
U For Umiam Lake
V for Vivekananda Rock and Victorial Memorial