Brisbane – Tea and the Gang



Today we are taken to the Queensland, Australia and around the city of Brisbane by photographer jamietwenty4

Living in Brisbane, It’s a common occurrence to hear people speak of a desire to move elsewhere, in search of a bigger and better or ‘more happening’ city. While I do agree that Australia’s larger cities such as Melbourne and Sydney have a particular energy and buzz about them, I think it’s important to celebrate what’s great about the city that you live in, because there is always so much more than meets the eye.

Having recently gained a strong interest in photography, I’m always in search of discovering parts of Brisbane that are interesting and new to me or relatively unknown to the public. If you think you know everything about the city you live in, all it takes is to explore it further, venturing into areas you’ve yet to go, seeing that city as a model for photography and then sharing your own perspective. It’s about celebrating what the city has to offer and every city has its own unique character and vibe, you just have to capture it. Brisbane is a beautiful, scenic city with a positive and peaceful atmosphere, a wonderful culture and a booming tea & coffee/foodie scene.

What is your favorite place to have a cup of tea? #teawithaview.

My Favourite place to have a cup of tea in Brisbane is the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, the view of the city and the story bridge is always a good one no matter what time of day.

Sometimes all it takes is just to see things from another perspective. This simple concrete carpark in the CBD has amazing symmetry and looks completely mesmerising from the top.

Finding open rooftops in the city can often have the best urban views.

One of Brisbane’s many nature trails outside the city, this particular one is atop Mount Gravatt lookout with a awesome view of the city.

The tea & coffee scene in Brisbane is really coming along way, there are so many great eats in this city.

Sometimes we just walk the city streets at night, the night lighting has a great mood to it.

Brisbane’s combination of nature and urban landscapes at the foot of the Story Bridge.

Eagle Street Pier at midnight, the reflections on the water are always great to photograph.

Trying to capture the characters of the city.

It’s very peaceful to be above the hustle and just capture the street activity.

This is probably one of the best views in Brisbane, it’s really stunning and secluded, but I won’t say exactly where it is.

Feature Image Caption: Brisbane at night viewed from the bottom of the Kangaroo Point cliffs.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to jamietwenty4