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1 Monorail
2 Pyrmont Bridge
3 Restaurants
4 IMAX theatre
5 Cockle Bay
6 Floating restaurant
7 Harbourside Shopping Centre

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Location: Pyrmont Bridge (5 m)      by: Pedrotti Alberto
Area: Australia      Date: 05-06-2011
Cockle Bay - Darling Harbour is perhaps the most lovely site in Sydney. From its original harbour vocation it has been transformed into a huge recreational and shopping area. Pyrmont Bridge (which I used as a tripod, as one clearly sees) can be crossed only by foot or by a suspended Monorail. Is was the world's turning bridge moved by electrical power.
The W side of the bay hosts the Harbourside Shopping Centre. South there is the Imax Theatre, claiming to have the world's biggest screen. On the E side, hort outside the left margin of the image, lies the Sydney Aquarium. The E side also hosts an incredible sequel of delicious panoramic restaurants. Walking among them I found (see picasaweb.google.com/albertopedrotti/Australia#5620070832163162114) the following excerpt of poetry:

...a sea that harbours anger in a pounding mid-year storm
Yet a sea that offers comfort when the weather's clear and warm,
Where the whitecaps crown an ocean that is every shade of blue
Crashing to a golden shore, that's Australia through and through.
(Murray Hartin, 1997)

Four horizontal shots, zoom 16-85 at 16 mm (x 1.5), ISO 400, 0.8 sec, f/4.0.

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Klasse!

LG & behüt Dich Gott,

Christian
2013/06/22 14:48 , Christian Hönig
Tolles Farbspektakel, und ein Zeichen aus der Heimat entdecke ich auch ganz links ;)
2013/06/22 16:52 , Jens Vischer
Gibt es ein Land auf der Welt, das Du noch nicht bereist hast? Herrliche Stadtansicht bei Nacht - lG Hans-Jörg
2013/06/25 23:30 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle

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