I like the angle of shot, always beautiful to have blue backgrounds with all the details !Happy WeekendWong
A beautiful shot of an iconic view.Great you caught the cruise ship in the pic.Jan
This bridge is quite attractive from this angle.
It is great how many different angles of this bridge you can get. And probably only a Sydneysider would think to try this one!
If a person was to live in Sydney, it should definitely be RIGHT on the harbour's edge. But that is probably the most expensive and hard to buy land in the entire nation :(
Always a great subject. Nice shot J.
A place one must be glad to live. Makes one jealous for sure, and forces to look for bridges as well. Please have a good Sunday.
That is a very dramatic perspective shot for the bridge. I like it.
Even thoiugh we all know it is a high bridge, you can really get a sense of it with that cruise ship underneath.
oops, I thought my other comment didn't come through - my computer keeps freezing on me and I forget where I am!!
The curves of steel in this shot are amazing. It is quite the fine photograph. The angle from which you took it produced an amazing image.
There are so many different angles to photograph the bridge from, all good.
gorgeous angle shot! beautiful photo.
Beautiful view !
Very nice blue hues! This picture gave me a very "Majestic" Feeling of the bridge. Great Job!
A great angle, Palm Tree and ship.
Fantastic vantage and perspective. I love the palm tree front and center. The colors are beautiful.
so pretty....love the summer shot, especially since it's SO COLD here in va right now!!!
That's a beautiful photo! And I'm so envious of your blue sky. In London it's been cloudy for days!
I like your perspective on this shot. Very nice.
Fantastic view, great shot
Comforting to know that somewhere in the world it is summer!Great shots, as always.Thank you for visiting My World !We are freezing, with a wind chill of -38. C. or F. doesn't matter, by -40 they are equal!!!!
The ship looks so tiny under that massive bridge! Is it a small cruise ship? Maybe so.
tapirgal, it's not one of the biggest crusie ships that can fit under the bridge but it's not that small either. It's probably one that runs harbour cruises and tours around Sydney.
A neat perspective showing off the geometry of the bridge, J-Bar.;-D
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