Sunday, 11 July 2010

Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour Bridge

The lights reflected here across Circular Quay and Sydney Harbour were from the Overseas Passenger Terminal to Campbells Cove at The Rocks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park at Milsons Point. This shot was taken during one of the Fire Water performances at the The Rocks which was part of the Vivid Sydney festival, so there was more illumination than usual at the Overseas Passenger Terminal and around Campbells Cove at The Rocks.

41 comments:

  1. Great reflections. You must be "The Photographer" for circular quay.

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  2. This brought back memories from long ago when I went to Sydney on business and stayed for a week's sightseeing. Must dig out my photos - it was well before I went digital.

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  3. Molto imponenete questo ponte...
    Buona giornata :-)

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  4. Geez, I can't see enough of these photos. I love love love them!

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  5. Always love photos of The Bridge and that area.

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  6. Yes, Ann. In this case it was hand held. One of my first shots using my new camera. I used a tripod for some of my Vivid Sydney shots, which helped immensely.

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  7. How many more of these lovely photos have you got?

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  8. Ann, the great thing about Sydney Harbour is that you can always find more great things to photograph.

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  9. i love the rainbow reflection on water. oh, there's a Luna Park!:p

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  10. This bridge is famous for a good reason - it always looks great!

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  11. This bridge is so famous, thanks for this wonderful post, your shot is perfect and romantic!
    bon dimanche
    Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

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  12. Ann, I got the Canon 450D Digital SLR with Twin Lens Kit. I'm still learning all the settings which is all very interesting though.

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  13. That's a good camera, its the one Julie's got, mine is the model before that, the 400D. I think its worth doing a course to really find out what you can do with it. I did the intro course with WEA but can also recommend Sydney Community College where I did the more advanced one.

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  14. Another spectacular presentation of your iconic bridge.

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  15. That famous bridge that I always see in magazine. This is like a postcard. What a nite view.

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  16. I love the colours you have reflecting in the water. Great shot.

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  17. O those lights are like fractured rainbows on the water! Stunningly beautiful!

    P.S. Just for laughs - I have just noticed that my word verification is "unfarty"!!!!

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  18. Beautiful shot. I love the colorful reflections. This looks like it might be used as a postcard.

    Like Greyscale I love some of the crazy 'word verifications'.

    MB

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  19. Oh I love your photos they make me melt :) Love Sydney

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  20. What vibrant colors on the water! Great shot.

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  21. I just love those vibrant colors of the reflection.

    Happy Sunday

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  22. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is certainly photogenic. What a colorful contribution to Sunday Bridges.

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  23. Lovely Jim. And perfect for both memes that's for sure.

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  24. One of my favourite spots in Sydney

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  25. The colorful lights reflected in the water make for a fabulous scene.
    Hope you enjoyed your weekend!

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  26. Greyscale Territory, that's a good one. They're supposed to be meaningless combinations of letters but sometimes you get some hilarious ones that could mean something.

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  27. Great photo, lovely reflections and colours. Beautiful Sydney.

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  28. Just amazing
    Best regards from Argentina
    Elisa

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  29. I've just started following your blog and I have to say you have some truly spectacular photos posted. Thanks for taking me on a tour of Sydney through your view finder.I would never get to see it otherwise.

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