Good morning Sydney Harbour Bridge – photo essay

Good morning Sydney Harbour Bridge! This photo essay shows The Sydney Harbour Bridge in all of its glory on this crisp cool sunny morning. Sydney Harbour Bridge is an architectural triumph, it is a visual delight and for us it is a symbol of home. The Sydney Harbour Bridge looks different from many angles and directions. It looks different throughout the day and the night and also on the type of day it is. This morning as we wandered around the harbour foreshore and it put on an excellent show. Sydney Harbour Bridge is worth putting on your list as is Sydney.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge

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11 Responses to Good morning Sydney Harbour Bridge – photo essay

  1. Great shots Paul! Love the 2nd one ;) Thanks!

  2. Love the close up picture showing all the thousands of rivets! crazy :D cool piece of architecture for sure!!

  3. I visited Sydney for the first time back in February and loved the Sydney Harbour Bridge. So beautiful!

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  5. Great picture, Paula. I’ve never been in Sydney (just passing through) but I’d love to visit some day.

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