Sydney – Tea and the Gang

Sydney

#teawithaview

Today we head down under to Sydney, Australia. As photographer jarred.reinke returns to show us how beautiful this city really is.

Considered to be one of the most liveable and multiculturally diverse cities in the world, Sydney truly is a global city that comfortably stands tall beside the powerhouses of New York, London or Hong Kong. With two of the most recognisable man-made structures in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the architectural masterpiece that is the Opera House, there is nothing that quite compares, or is quite as iconic as the beautiful harbour of Sydney. Sydney is unapologetically showy, though undeniably elegant simultaneously – it does not shout brashy for one’s attention, yet one cannot help but be entranced by its breathtaking beauty.

There is no other city quite like Sydney, it seemingly has everything to offer, to everyone. It is almost unfair when one considers just how much natural beauty Sydney has been blessed with. Though, what makes Sydney stand head and shoulders above the rest is its beaches, not only plentiful and easily accessible, they are simply world-class. From Manly to Coogee, to Bronte, to renowned Bondi, Sydneysiders and visitors alike are truly spoilt for choice.

With so much natural beauty on show Sydney is a dream to photograph, it really is a challenge to take a bad shot of this stunning part of the globe.

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

Anywhere along the water is an ideal place to sit and enjoy a cup of tea, and there are plenty of spots to do just that, however my personal favourite spot would have to be at The Boathouse, overlooking the golden sands of Balmoral Beach.

 

Inner-city living.

Mirror Mirror.

The Coathanger.

Bondi.

Reflections.

Cup half full.

Under the bridge.

City of lights.

An endless summer.

Bays and boats.

Classic.

Feature Image Caption: The house of opera.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to jarred.reinke