Sydney May – June 2017 (17 photos)
Tag Archives: Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney August 2016 (7 photos)
At World’s End
Sydney February 2015 – 2016 (7 photos)
Once upon a time, a young Draco and his peaceful home were threatened and in self-defence, he defeated the invading armies of the first Emperor of China. With his dying breath, the Emperor promised that revenge would eventually be his. In secret, a great host was trained with one purpose, to exact revenge upon Draco.
Attack of the Wascally Wawwior Wabbits
Sydney August 2013 – 2015 (7 photos)
The Sydney Harbour Bridge was completed in 1932 to bring together the northern and southern parts of the city separated by the imposing intervening boundary known as Sydney Harbour. As you can see, the bridge is seemingly a complex of barriers and boundaries protecting pedestrians from approaching traffic, and from falling off over into the harbour below.
The sky’s the limit
Sydney May 2015 (9 photos). This is part 2 of 9 of my VIVID Sydney 2015 series.
The annual VIVID Sydney festival is now in its final week. More than 60 light art installations have popped up around the city. Approaching from the west side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the way towards the prime viewing spots for the Sydney Opera House, we enter the Walsh Bay area where several of the displays are.
VIVID Randomness 2015 (2)
Sydney May-September 2014 (3 photos)
On the rocks
Sydney May-June 2014 (4 images)