Why I love this city
Bachelorette has a new love in her life
SHE is yet to reveal herr choice of partner but Geor- gia Love – TV’s Bachelorette e – has confessed she’s givenn her heart to Sydney.
The Victoria-born 28-yearold (pictured), who has also spent time working in Tasmania, fell in love with the harbour city after taking to the water while filming the Network 10 series.
It all makes Love the perfect choice to launch this year’s #SnapSydney community event, which will culminate in a national day of snapping and sharing on Wednesday, November 16.
The aim of #SnapSydney is simple: to bring the community together over 24 hours as we celebrate what we love about our city.
“It’s the water,” Love said when we asked her how Sydney won her over.
“It’s my favourite part. It’s so incredible, so beautiful, seeing everything from that different angle – even Kirribilli House – I’m so lucky to have had the opportunity.”
So on #SnapSydney day, we’re inviting you to share your favourite moment or just a slice of your life in pictures, hashtagging #SnapSydney or #SnapCoast for the Central Coast and then posting via Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. (Don’t forget your Facebook profile needs to be public so we can see your fabulous photos.)
Last year, the response was staggering, with more than 11,000 pictures posted.
Amateurs joined over 100 professionals to shoot their local area and stunning landmarks from sea, land and air.
This year, for the first time Snap day is going national.
And you don’t need to wait until November 16 to start.
As we gear up for the big day, we’ll offer you tips on taking the best pictures.
From today, we want to know how you – or your street, city or suburb – wakes up.
We even asked Love to reveal her morning routine.
“I always start my day by having a carrot, celery, apple and beetroot juice,” she says.
So let’s unite to make this year’s #SnapSydney our biggest and best yet.