Locked up in your office/school, buried by the crazy workload, stuck in the single repetitve routine - the typical modern city life of this century has slowly swallowed your true self and made you a zombie rather than who you should be. Fresh air, endless blue sky and a green view become so unrealistic and unreachable that they seems like virtual imagination on the internet. Slowly, you forget what's like outside the concrete jungle, until all that's left are luminous lights and lifeless shiny skyscrapers.
LIFE'S NOT JUST ABOUT THAT.
For this reason, here's the Child of Mothernature series for us to spend some time away from your cubicle to appreciate the impeccable natural gifts of your mother nature that definitely leaves you speechless. I have been anticipating to kick off this series in Sydney since it's rated as one of the happiest cities in the world, that is fused with modernisation and natural resources.
First, up the cliff.
Wedding Cake Rock
A limestone rock formation located in the Royal National Park near Bundeena, New South Wales, Australia, suspended 25 metres (82 ft) above sea level. The feeling of being so close to the sky makes me feel like I can touch it. The structure of the limestones caused by years and years of climate changes has left me speechless.
The sky feels extra close when I stands at such a high point. Take a deep breathe and let all dirt be released. Unluckily, due to a sudden spike in 2015, the wedding cake rock is now locked from entering. So always learn to appreciate, love and protect these natural gifts, before they are gone.
More photos on Postcard.
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