Have you seen these aerial shots taken by Uge (Eugene Tan) of Aquabumps this New Years Day? I could see the white helicopter hovering overhead from my place when these were taken. I love the colour and design created by all those miniature people, their towels and umbrellas.
It was hot and crowded, just how he likes it for his aerial shoots. To add to the excitement that day a shark had been spotted from the headland at Bondi which caused a mass evacuation of the water at midday.
Wileys Baths Coogee
A local identity Uge has been photographing Bondi Beach and surrounding areas at daybreak for 14 years now, with a huge following of over 40,000 daily email subscribers.
We've just survived a 42 degree (108 fahrenheit) day yesterday. Keeping all doors and windows closed and blinds down made a big difference to the temperature inside. So good to wake up to cooler air outside this morning.
How did you survive?
How did you survive?
My thoughts go out to all those affected by bushfires in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.
Thats amazing. Almost looks fake! Amy xReplyDelete
I love these pictures Cheryl.....while it hasn't quite been 42 here we have had two very hot days of over 37 and for us in the southwest that's a heatwave....woke up to beautiful cool breeze this morning thank goodness and I'm just hoping it stays that way....xoReplyDelete
love the aerial shots! keep cool today! Kate xReplyDelete
It was a long day that's for sure ;O)ReplyDelete
I'm sure I've seen his work in mags too.ReplyDelete
Wow shots! The temps here get that hot in the summer here but only a couple of daysReplyDelete
here and there. We are several miles from the beach. The beach here never gets that
hot just the inland areas.
Cool photos would make great artwork!ReplyDelete
I love these pics! It seems space is at a premium on the beach as well! Great to see all the coloured towels out. Hope they have their sunscreen on!xReplyDelete
I almost didn't survive. Those shots are fantastic. Thanks for introducing us.ReplyDelete
Just love that first image - so Australian!ReplyDelete
Melissah from Coastal Style
such amazing photos....so colourful!ReplyDelete
We are about 35 today but it's a humid heat unlike the dry hot temps you get further south...
Extraordinary pictures. I was just talking about Australia yesterday when a colleague told me the story of the Ugg boots I wear in winter .. It is since I started blogging that I realize the huge difference between lifestyles in the Southern and Northern hemispheres !ReplyDelete