It was sailing that originally drew me to Sydney, so before I left I went sailing one last time.
This time it was to the Harbour Bridge.
I arrived at Woollahra Sailing Club in Rose Bay in the afternoon and we began rigging the boat.
Here is a photo I took of the club. It is a scene I won't see again for a while in real life, which makes me sad.
This is the beach:
And the dock:
I love the feeling of being in a small boat over water. I like the feeling of the wind, balancing on the edge of the boat and hearing the waves gently lapping over the side of the boat.
It was lovely casual sailing weather; sunny, light wind and not too many waves.
Generally, you're not supposed to take electronics on small dinghies because you might capsize and lose everything, but I knew the view would be gorgeous and I wanted to capture it all. I don't mind taking reasonable risks for big rewards. The photos turned out lovely.
We spent a couple of hours on the water, passed by a military base, saw the Opera House and the bridge, saw a huge cruise ship, then headed back just as the sun was setting. There was a streak of pink in the sky which I thought was quite lovely.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the photos!