Macquarie St in central Sydney has a string of beautiful colonial buildings along it. Some, including this, were designed by convict architect Francis Greenway. For the past two weeks, and up until Christmas night, some of these Macquarie St buildings have been lit each night with a wonderful array of designs. Here is the Conservatorium of Music, reflected in a glass topped skylight to the underground library. I rested my camera on it to get a clear picture. The "Con" as it is usually called, was originally built in 1821 as the stables for Government House.
For some more of my photos of the illuminations along Macquaries St, click here.
I posted a daytime picture of this castle-like building on 3 June. You can read more about it here.