Friday, 15 July 2011

King Street Wharf, Sydney skyline, sunset

This view of King Street Wharf at Darling Harbour and the Sydney skyline is from Pyrmont, at sunset, just as the clouds rolled in from the east.

57 comments:

  1. What a fantastic photo of that beautiful, gizzillion dollar skyline!

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  2. Gorgeous shot J. You truly captured the beautiful light!

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  3. So many wow's popping out of my mouth!

    http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2011/07/sky-friday_14.html

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  4. Sydney has an amazing skyline. Nice shot

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  5. Such a contrast between the sky and the buildings!

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  6. The lighting was very dramatic at that moment. A postcard moment.

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  7. What a lovely sky shot!

    My Skywatch, have a nice weekend ahead.

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  8. Lovely, What is that silver building.

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  9. Wow! The clouds look like they were painted.

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  10. Beautiful shot. Love the colours of the sky and the sparkly buildings.

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  11. The mix of colors in the shot are lovely. What a gorgeous spot to go for a stroll. Your city has so many beautiful sights. I enjoy seeing each and everyone of them. Genie

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  12. Interesting flames on the cloudscape over the cityscape !

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  13. Ann, that silver building is the Asteron Life Insurance building. It's usually bluish but since it's mostly glass, its colour changes with the sky. You can see what it normally looks like if you click on the link in my post.

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  14. Wow! What great color and capture of the skyline. I like the reflections off the buildings too.

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  15. Breathtaking capture of your beautiful city's incredible skyline! And such gorgeous lighting and colors! Wow! What a way to end the day! Hope you have a great weekend, Jim!

    Sylvia

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  16. Beautiful shot. Syndey certainly has some reflective buildings!

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  17. Brilliant shot Jim, right place, right time for sure!! The colours in the sky are a dream!!

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  18. Wow! Wonderful colors in the sky contrasted against the steel skyline. Excellent!

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  19. Wonderful shot! I would like to visit your country some day. Thanks for your visit to my blog!

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  20. Beautiful capture. I love the lighting.

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  21. Nice, well shot - looks like straight out of some Hollywood movie.

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  22. You've caught the wonderful light here. I have often driven into Sydney at that time of day and wished I could stop and photograph.

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  23. Joan, on this day I was around the other side of the point but when I noticed the colours in the sky, I had a feeling it would look quite spectacular over the city skyline so I drove around the other side to take this snap.

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  24. Fantastic shot! Wish you a great weekend!

    Irene

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  25. This is a striking photo that invites a very long look.

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  26. Sydney, is it the biggest city in the southern hemisphere? No wonder.

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  27. Ann, I believe São Paulo in Brazil has the largest population but Sydney is quite big too.

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  28. I like the peach-colored clouds next to the darker clouds. Wonderful shot of the city's skyline against the sky.

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  29. Awesome colours, amazing shot! Love it.

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  30. Love the lines on the Macquarie Bank building here, Jim.

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  31. Julie, I never get tired of seeing that architecture on the Macquarie Bank building. It's brilliant.

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  32. Fantastic this light and reflections AND that sky.

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  33. your photos are like having dozens of postcards in my drawer, to take out and look at from time to time. the skyline is refreshingly clean and the skies lovely. thanks for visiting my blog, I truly appreciate it. I hope you have a wonderful week ahead.

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  34. That's a stunning shot, Jim. Well captured.

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  35. what a beautiful pic...never been to Sydney before, will travel through ur pics.,..

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