February Delights: A Picture a Day

I think I am starting to get the hang of this Picture a Day concept if February’s top five are anything to go by.

Churches, bridges and the beach I see every day made me very happy last month proving that when you take time out to pause, be still and reflect in today’s hectic and manic world, pleasure can be found in many forms.

I guess seeing these things every day means I can sometimes take them for granted, especially if it is raining, the traffic is bad, I’m tired or have had a bit of a rubbish day. But this little project has forced me to look for a positive moment in every single day. I like that.

I must confess however, that a rather nasty bug swooping around Sydney rudely thwarted my picture a day experiment for the first few days of February, hence the absence of any ‘happy moments’ at the start of the month.

But, the good news is I rebounded faster, better and even more snap happy than before and this FOLLOW-UP piece (yes, I am creating a series) showcases some of my most cherished moments from the month of February.

I hope you enjoy.

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A beautifully handcrafted note that both broke and warmed my heart at the same time.

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St Mary’s Cathedral in all its majestic glory.

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Proof that rain can sometimes be colourful.

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Sydney’s lesser known beauty – The Anzac Bridge.

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Beautiful Coogee on the most glorious of mornings.

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