If you're one of those people who enjoys a morning swim – or cocktail lunch by the Icebergs pool – at Sydney's Bondi Beach, you might notice something different about the view.
There's a gigantic photo of beach umbrellas and towels lining the bottom of the pool!!!
It's so big that to fully appreciate it you'll have to go high in the sky.
Eugene Tan has been photographing Bondi for 18 years for the Aquabumps blog and gallery. Through Canon Australia's Show Us What's Possible project, he's able to display one of his favourite photos at this iconic spot.
"I've always wanted to produce one of my aerial images on a huge format in a public space," Tan told BuzzFeed. "For it to be at the iconic Icebergs pool where Aquabumps started is really a dream come true."
The print for the massive installation was taken from Tan's Amalfi Coast photographic series.
"My photographic approach has changed over the years, shifting from pure surf to general beach culture," Tan said. "I am now shooting in locations without surf like the Amalfi Coast of Italy. I never thought I'd love shooting waveless beaches."
* BuzzFeed photographed the print installation as a guest of Canon Australia.