Sunday, 17 September 2006

On the Harbour Bridge

This morning, I initially intended to go to Circular Quay by train then go to the State Library, but I got on a wrong train which stops at Millson Point after Wynyard, not Circular Quay. When I found that the train was passing over Sydney Harbour Bridge, I realized this.

I got off at the Millson Point Station. It was a very nice day. The sky was brilliantly blue. So I just walked back to Circular Quay over the Harbour Bridge, and took the following pictures:


Opera House, Circular Quay, Sydney CBD and The Rocks
Canon IXUS 50, F/5.6, 1/500 sec, ISO 50, 11:53, 17 September 2006.
(Six parts of this picture available in original scale, see the links in this post)

You might have noticed that, among the several white boats roaming on the water in Sydney Cove, there is a speeding bright-yellow boat toward to the Harbour Bridge at right. It is a Yellow Water Taxi, just like those running on the water in New York Bay, New York. This kind of taxi boats is operated by Yellow Water Taxis, the "Australia's Most Experienced Water Taxi Company".


The east walkway of Sydney Harbour Bridge
Canon IXUS 50, F/5.6, 1/256 sec, ISO 50, 11:55, 17 September 2006.

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