Friday, 21 October 2011

King Street Wharf, sculpture

This contemporary sculpture is located at the end of King Street Wharf, near Barangaroo. It's part of a matching pair, with other one located nearby but closer to the wharves, which can be seen here. In the background are a number of newer office buildings, including No.1 Shelley Street and Westpac Place.

43 comments:

  1. Intriguing architecture! Happy skywatching!

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  2. Very interesting!!Thanks for stopping by!!

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  3. Wonderful blue sky end architecture.
    Have a great weekend:-)

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  4. Fantastic sculpture and the perfect exclamation point against your forever gorgeous blue skies! Have a great weekend, Jim!

    Sylvia

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  5. Gorgeous, Jim. What a sky!

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  6. I like this photo JBar with the silver of the sculpture and nearby buildings against the clear blue sky!

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  7. Cool sculpture and I like the building in the background. Great photos, happy skywatching!

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  8. Interesting sculpture! I love the look of it against the lovely blue sky. Great shot!

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  9. Beautiful sculpture and the sky is nice and blue.

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  10. It has been very windy here in Ohio yesterday and today. It is also very wet and cold. The leaves are falling. The sky is a dark winter gray color. I can't seem to stay warm.

    I enjoyed my visit to your blog.

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  11. Wow great architecture and the blue sky is awesome!

    Sky Watch

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  12. awww...totally stunning! great shot...:) thanks for dropping by!

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  13. Delicious picture with a stunning cityscape, good composition.

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  14. A rather interesting structure. It's good to see more of Sydney, will Follow to catch a regular update.

    (Any chance of turning off word verification? Just makes commenting easier and doesn't seem to effect spam.)

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  15. The sculpture fits so well with the architecture of the buildings. Beautiful blue sky for a backdrop to the city sights.

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  16. Pieces of Sunshine, I had initially set up word verification, after being regularly spammed. I'll turn off and see how it goes. :)

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  17. I love all the blues in this photo - great architecture.

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  18. Wonderful artwork and photo...I love the contrast of stunning blue sky against modern downtown cityscapes. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a wonderful weekend.
    Smiles

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  19. nice composition..and i like the architecture

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  20. Nice sculpture,it makes an interesting scenery.

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  21. Amazing architecture. Looking forward for visiting Australia.

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  22. This area of Sydney is almost unrecognisable to me now! And that's a good thing! Far more pleasing to the eye, fresh and quite stylish!

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  23. I wonder what the artist thought when he created this sculpture :)!

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  24. The building with icing sugar edges in background is unusual. Have a great weekend Jim, happy snapping.

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  25. Mark, that's No.1 Shelley Street, which is the headquarters for Macquarie Bank. You can follow the link in this post to my previous photo of that building.

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  26. That spiraling structure is awesome against the blue sky!

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  27. I think Sydney is a very beautiful city. I wanna be there! :)

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  28. Loving all the different shades of blue in this photo!

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  29. I love the silver blue of the buildings and the sculpture against the perfect sky.

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  30. Thanks for your visit.
    There is a big turning tower in Malmö (Sweden).

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  31. Beautiful sculpture and a very blue sky!:-)

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  32. This tower is sculpted - neither vertical nor horizontal, it maintains subtle arcs that keep our eyes moving to and fro. Neat capture of a beautiful Sydney!

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