Photographer's Note

During a brief 50 hour stay in Sydney, we were on a frenetic pace to see as much as the legendary down under city had to offer. Two new, but unusually gracious TE-friends, Lisa Delpeoples and Murray Lines, made us their projects to show us as much as possible. To them, I am exceedingly grateful.

On the morning of February 14, we were on our own to explore, and explore we did in the historic Rocks section of Sydney. This is an area described as, "...a jumble of cobblestone streets and cul-de-sacs just five minutes from Circular Quay." A highlight in the Rocks was a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art, where the colorful geometric shapes were on display. The work was created by artist Australian artist Mikala Dwyer.

In creating this photo, I found that my iPhone 6 Plus, performed better than either of my other dedicated cameras. I will hang this photo in a private theme, Symphony of Colors. Finally, to turn the model around, click on the Workshop.

I just returned from a cruise that took me from Miami to Monte Carlo. In the near future, I will start uploading some photos from Bermuda and the Azores in the mid-Atlantic.

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