Sunday, 3 February 2013

Milsons Point, Sydney Harbour Bridge

This view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is from the north shore suburb of Milsons Point. A small gazebo is located in this small reserve along Alfred Street South, outside the North Sydney Olympic Swimming Pool. 

17 comments:

  1. First time I have seen a close-up of this bridge! Great shadows!

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  2. Great shot and shadows for the day, Jim!

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  3. I've never seen the bridge from this angle before. Thanks for shooting "different"!

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  4. Great shadow shots ~ amazing bridge ~

    Carol of: A Creative Harbor

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  5. That gazebo has appeared since I last saw this perspective of the bridge! Its simple lines effectively complement the detail of the bridge structure! And love the touches of shadows around! A beautiful day!

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  6. That bridge is amazing! What a lovely place for a gazebo.

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  7. Your iconic bridge is really a work of art. There is a lot to appreciate about the design of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
    «Louis» thanks you for linking this to Sunday Bridges.

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  8. You wouldn't fit many in the gazebo!

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    1. It actually contains a built-in table and seating so it would be quite a squeeze in there.

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  9. Pontes são sempre encantadoras, ainda mais em contraste com o céu azul. Um abraço!

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  10. What a great day, Down Under. So pretty city. I really missed to stroll around Sydney Harbour.

    Hope you had a nice w/end.

    Greetings from very cold Stockholm,
    /CC girl

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    1. To the rest of the world it isn't as well known.

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  12. What a beautiful bridge!Wonder what it's like to cross it?

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    1. I don't often cross it, so I still get excited when I do. These days you can go by road, rail, walkway or do the bridge climb over the top.

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