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Vaucluse House, Sydney

Vaucluse House, Sydney

I’ve spoken about my love for Sydney’s heritage before. From the architecture in the Rocks to the haunting photographic archive at the Justice and Police Museum, there are so many ways the past comes alive. Top of my list, though, are historic houses. I had such happy memories from exploring Susanna Place, Governors House and Elizabeth Farm that when I read about the lovely Vaucluse House, I knew I had to venture out into the suburbs to check it out!

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Visiting the Great Barrier Reef: in Photos

For my last installment on our trip to Australia I’m going to let the imagery do the talking. It seems a logical choice since our experience at the Great Barrier Reef was primarily a visual one; equipped with wetsuit, snorkel and mask, we spent most of the time silently marvelling at these unfamiliar, underwater landscapes and their delightful inhabitants.

I was and am a complete novice to underwater photography, but I loved the process of trying to capture fleeting moments in this unfamiliar settting. All the while checking a big natural wonder (and another UNESCO world heritage site!) off my bucket list…

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