View from Breakfast Point, near Wentworth Falls on a gorgeous evening
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From Beautiful Landscapes
Window with a view
A beautiful view into the Jamieson Valley from the National Pass track
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From Beautiful Landscapes
Guardian of Sydney Harbour
The Hornby Lighthouse is standing bright and tall with its candy colours at the south entrance to Sydney Harbour.
Overlooking the gorgeous Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Lunar Park from the Observatory Hill on a chilly night.
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Under the Opera Star
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Pool Of Reflection
The ANZAC War Memorial, completed in 1934, is the main commemorative military monument of Sydney, Australia. It was designed by C. Bruce Dellit, with the exterior adorned with monumental figural reliefs and sculptures by Rayner Hoff.
The memorial is located at the southern extremity of Hyde Park on the eastern edge of Sydney's central business district, and it is the focus of commemoration ceremonies on Anzac Day, Armistice Day and other important occasions.
It was built as a memorial to the Australian Imperial Force of World War I. Fund raising for a memorial began on 25 April 1916, the first anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landing at Anzac Cove for the Battle of Gallipoli. It was opened on 24 November 1934 by His Royal Highness Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester.
The Pool of Reflection, a peaceful place for returned soldiers to come and reflect on lost comrades, interestingly it's lined with deciduous European trees to be reminiscent of a scene foreign soil.
The Sydney Opera House glowing under the Perigee moon on August 10th, 2014. This is a composite image with the moon shot at a larger focal lenth to achieve my artisitc vision. The reflection in the water has been added as well.
The moment I start creating this image I had the movie Blade Runner sticking in my head. Taken from the gorgeous Mrs Macquarie Chair in Sydney, Australia.