Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Circular Quay, ship and ferries

This cruise ship berthed at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, dwarfs the ferries and boats at Circular Quay ferry wharves. The arrival of the Carnival Legend this week marks the start of cruise season. This view is from the walkway beside the Cahill Expressway, above Circular Quay railway station.

13 comments:

  1. That is a very big cruise ship! How many people does it hold at one time?

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  2. Wow that ship really puts the place in perspective, it dwarfs everything

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  3. The variety of boats in the docking area is amazing. I've been on the big ship for sure, and probably on some smaller ones as well. There is something intriguing about the water and the boats.

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    1. Linda, I've featured some of these ferries on my blog before but I'll have to try and get a closer photo of the whale watching tour boat.

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  4. Bonjour,

    Très belle capture photographique...

    Gros bisous ✿❀✿

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  5. Wonderful composition and perspective. The ship is very big!
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  6. Love your photo...and it makes me want to book another cruise..:)

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  7. Wow, quite busy in this harbor! That cruise ship almost looks too big:)

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  8. Lovely photo I like the cruise ship and the bridge in same pic.

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  9. it is rather large compared to the others.

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