Winter wonderland reflected on the Yarra River. I took this shot behind the Sea Life Melbourne, a place I discovered by chance when riding my bike around the city, now it is one of my favourite spot to watch the sunrise behind the city. ☃️
"Never go to long without watching a sunset" 🌅
How good is temple hunting when they are perched on cliffs with insane views like these! This place is absolutely infested with monkeys that steal anything they can grab off you, after which point they will only trade your item back to you in return for fruit sold by a nearby vendor! Even their super cheeky can't help making friends with the lil things and end up with them perched on my shoulder 😂
Alpine buttercups. •
Some people have asked why I took the train up this mountain (about 2200M) and didn’t walk. Well the answer is that I’m not a mountaineer and that mountains are just like the seas: you have to respect them and how they work. The weather so high up can change massively, because essentially you are up in all the elements. A pick up in the wind, a cloud on the top, and suddenly you can’t see where you need to go. People die on this mountain every year, and I saw the tributes and flowers as we made the decent.
Plus, aside from that, I also really wanted to take the train because it’s so renowned, and was so fun! And it took us up in 30 minutes rather than walking which would take 5 hours