Spectacular Sydney! Part Seven: A Night to Remember

By: RCM

Jul 15 2012

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Category: Australia, Bridges, night, Sydney

2 Comments

Aperture:f/3.5
Focal Length:18mm
ISO:1000
Shutter:1/2 sec
Camera:NIKON D5100
I took these two pictures of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on a Sunday night that I arrived in Sydney before a week of consulting work was due to start. It was a cold night with low clouds promising rain. I took these pictures with my back to the Opera House (pictures of that to follow soon). I couldn’t quite decide which of these two pictures to post on my blog, so I decided to post both.
Tonight as I sit here and look at these two pictures I couldn’t help but think of my eldest sister who I haven’t seen for almost 5 years. I have countless fond memories of times long past. Times when we laughed together, and other times when I laughed and she was angry because I would tease and irritate her to no end. I don’t know if one would normally dedicate a blog entry to someone, but since this is my blog I guess I can do what I want. So this blog entry is dedicated to my beautiful and loving sister, Renée. I miss you.
Blog Sydney Harbour  Bridge Mist 1
Click on the links below for other pictures in my Spectacular Sydney! series:
Part Three: Vivid Shapes
Part Five: Vivid Shelters
Part Eight: Vivid Opera

2 comments on “Spectacular Sydney! Part Seven: A Night to Remember”

  1. Altwee foto's is indrukwekkend, maar ek neig meer na die tweede ene weens die kleurespel.

  2. Die water trek my nou weer na die eerste een, maar as ek moet kies dink ek ek sal met jou saam stem.


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