UNSW PhotoClub: Bradleys Head & Chowder Bay

If I must describe my entire exchange experience using one word, I would have used the word thankful (hence the #thankfulinoz). One of the reasons is that I finally got the chance to learn photography. And, it wouldn’t have been possible without my amazing mates at UNSW PhotoClub. They provided introductory workshops, weekly tutorials, and most importantly: weekly photowalks. On the second weekend, we went to Bradleys Head & Chowder Bay.


A panoramic view of Sydney City, taken from Chowder Bay.

All photos below were taken using Sony a5000, 16-50 mm ƒ3.5-5.6 and post-processed using Mac’s Photos.

Quoting my organisational behaviour class, we need to have a growth instead of a fixed mindset. So, I gladly welcome all suggestions 😀. One small request: don’t be too mean, these photos were taken just 2 weeks after I learnt photography properly.

Sydney Opera House

Our ferry departed from Circular Quay. So, I didn’t waste the chance to snap a picture of the Opera House.



One of the perks of travelling with your photo club friends: your photo won’t be blurry.

Bradleys Head

Bradleys Head

Bradleys Head with Sydney city in the background. I heard that Bradleys Head is a quite famous pre-wedding photo spot.



Does anyone know the species of this bird?



Another wildlife captured. Does anyone know the species of this lizard?

Chowder Bay


This is my first photo of a butterfly – it was very hard to snap a photo of a constantly moving butterfly. Well, the first time is always the hardest, isn’t it?



Honestly, I’m not sure why I took this photo. Is it nice? What do you think?


Chowder Bay

When will Jakarta Bay be as clear as Chowder Bay?

I hope that you enjoy this kind of post; I still have tons of photos pending post-processing and publishing. If I’m fast enough, my throwback of #thankfulinoz should be finished by the end of this year. If I’m fast enough 🤔.