Even though it's sometimes difficult to coordinate meeting with friends who live in different parts of the state, planning a creative excursion is so worth it. Today I went with Brenda and Fiona to visit the Chinese Garden of Friendship at Darling Harbour. Despite the fact that the garden was established in 1988 and I have lived in Sydney my whole life, I had never visited before. Sometimes that's just the way it is - we take our own city for granted.
I took loads of photos that have started my subconscious thinking about shapes and colours. Today I'll just show you some of the building photos. I simply adore the curved sections of the Chinese pagodas. Aren't they interesting against the city offices and apartment blocks? The top left photo is of The Gurr, a hexagonal, two-storey building with golden ceramic roof tiles. Divine. And yes, the sky really was that deep blue. Another glorious Sydney day.