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Leaving Sydney Harbour

A different viewpoint and some wonderful winter light provided Keith Wilson with a golden opportunity to make a fleeting composition of an iconic subject

Some years ago I once read the following words of travel advice: “There are three things every traveller should know. Never describe a city as a city of contrasts until you’ve found one that isn’t. Always put the shower curtain on the inside of the bath. Go, by all means: but don’t think for one second that you can ever go back.”

Going back is something that we all swear to do after experiencing one of those magical, unforgettable stays in a place that we have never been to before. There are many locations I have vowed to return to but never have, and there are just as many I have been back to and enjoyed as much the second time round. But the point of that quote is that you shouldn’t ...

Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 34 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson is the founder of both Outdoor Photography and Black + White Photography magazines and former editor of Amateur Photographer. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and on-line tutor in travel photography at My Photo School.

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