The Sydney Harbor Bridge, like the Opera House and just a few other buildings, such as the St Louis Arch, or the Taj Mahal, provides infinite angles and opportunities to photograph.
Nice afternoon light on this one, Jim. I have just come from about 20 blogs of B&W, and this shocked my eyes!!
Photo including, like many now, the ubiquitous bridge walkers.
Beautiful JBar. I always seem to get grey skies when I try for pics of the bridge.
It always looks good at any time.
Makes anything else look so small...Great angle indeed. Please have a wonderful Sunday.daily athens
awesome-looking bridge. beautiful engineering. are there bunjee jumpers there?
Lawstude, there's no bungee jumping off the bridge but you can climb up to the top.
Oh that's just to die for! I never tire of seeing your bridge shots...
This is a gorgeous perspective of this bridge, Jim, taken at my favorite time of the day, when the setting sun embraces the earth with her warm glow.
What a beautiful photo, just like a postcard.
Such an amazing shot! Great capture on a late afternoon light.
I thought Auckland Harbour bridge is modeled after yours, but yours is brown.
Great shot and perspective makes it look bigger than it is.
Slightly unusual angle.Great pic.
Such a great bridge :)Elisa, from Argentina
Ann, the bridge is actually grey. It looks different with the sunset light shining on it.
Ahhh, the old girl still looks good in the afternoon light.
I love the lighting on this! This is a beautiful structure!
What a view!
Fantastic view! Nice light!
Beautiful bridge and just a great clear picture. Thanks for sharing. MB
fantastic shot. the light is amazing.
Wow! Wonderful shot in the afternoon light!Thanks for sharing;o)***Have a nice week*******
Interesting golden reflection under this bridge... I like the way you succed to capture the light on this shot.
This is such a graceful bridge. «Louis» appreciates the images of it he often sees on your blog. Like the Golden Gate he sees daily from his balcony, he never tires of this bridge in Sydney.
Hi! I loved your photos. I also blog about Sydney but in a different way. It was great to see your work
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