The Hide Away
Who would think a garden of eden would be hidden away in the middle of the city ( Sydney) and hold so many amazing treasures. The colour the design of the Chinese Gardens are something to behold. I have only been here once before in the many years that I have lived in Sydney but I thought this would be a amazing chance to show case how beautiful this place is. The gardens first open in 1988 to co inside with the bicentennial celebrations and were named the garden of friendship to symbolise the bond between China and Australia.
Located in Darling Harbour, once you pay a 6 dollar entry fee you will be unleashed to a beautiful setting that is not only used for fashion shoots but also weddings. As you will see in this editorial I have shot it mostly in colour and a few black and white but you will also notice that some of the pictures have a fogged look to them........Well that was me breathing on the lens of my camera to give it a dream like feel to the shots. I think if you could transport yourself to China for a few hours, this would be the place to do it as it transpires the cross between asian and european culture.
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