I love visiting Sydney.
Having grown up in my backwater city, I love to visit the city of my birth. There’s a certain connection I feel when I’m there, whether it be from favourable memories from when I was young , or to the weather, or even the pace which is a great deal more frantic than what I have grown up with.
Upon a recent visit I discovered a lot of work happening around George Street. The workers had created makeshift crossings for pedestrians to alleviate the chaos of working on such a busy street in the heart of the city. I noticed this crossing as it started to rain, and while under cover I patiently waited for a combination of figures to place themselves on the crossing that was slowly being washed away. I later returned to this location only to find that the workers had blocked it off and moved to this location to continue their construction.
Leica M7, Kodak TriX at 400