In November 2019, I drove to Sydney (About 150km from Newcastle) to create a photo series on the most iconic landmark of Australia: The Sydney Opera House.
The first time, I came across this masterpiece of modern architecture was during the Sydney Olympics back in the early 2000s (I was nine years old). Since that day, I wanted to see it but only after living 4 years in Australia that the idea of a photo series came to my mind.
Interestingly, during that period, the New South Wales capital was under heavy pollution because of bushfires. It was a scary time where Australian wildlife had been heavily damaged and thousands of people had sadly lost their homes (approx 2000).
This series is composed of 9 pictures, all available for purchase in different sizes. Please note, the series is currently exposed at the Mafana Zen Cafe in Six-Fours Les Plages, France.
The photos will be soon available on the website for purchase (or directly contact me for more information).