Friday, 27 March 2009

Going home


As the sun sets, peak hour traffic makes its way north on the Cahill Expressway approach to the Harbour Bridge at Circular Quay.
Taken from Cafe Sydney, 25 March, 6:43pm

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23 comments:

  1. Great shot. The poor terminal is dwarfed by that ship isn't it? Hope you weren't stuck in traffic :-)

    Sharon

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  2. What a place to get a photo! This is excellent!

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  3. The ship does intimidate with its size, doesn't it. Beautiful sky.

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  4. Snap! I had something eerily similar last Friday. I love the angle on this one and the chance to see CQ from a differing perspective to the same-old-same-old.

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  5. Beautiful sky. Awesome location. Good work Sally.

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  6. Now I know what the view is like from there - stunning shot. Must say I prefer the old ocean liners that had some charm and character to them. Today's massive ones are just floating blocks of flats.

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  7. Great photo Sally, love the cruise ship included as well.

    Have a great weekend!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  8. That is my favourite view.
    Nice shot, love the sky

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  9. Nice co-operation of mother nature and man working together so you could take this great shot. Happy SWF!

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  10. The ship surely didn't go under that bridge did it. Nice photogrphy.

    Also...about the bamboo...

    Read the response I made to GreensboroDailyPhoto about the clumping type. You can also go there to the nursery using the same link. Or look "fargesia" up on the Internet and see what it says. I hope all of this info I got is right as I have had experience with regular bamboo and it had to be cut out, dug up and destroyed. So, this is said to be different.

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  11. Love the position you have taken this from. A lot going on. The road the ship the bridge the sky. Its fabulous

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  12. Beautiful view! I wonder what cruise line owns that big ship.

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  13. Very nice photo! I like this bridge:)

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  14. Great shot of my favourite place. Taking a photo of the ship from the pylon would have given it another perspective too.

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  15. I like allways this bridge

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  16. Sharon - no I wasn't in traffic - I was eating at the restaurant.
    Abe - these huge ships don't fit under the bridge and so berth here.
    Sharon - It's the Seven Seas Mariner - see tomorrow's post for more details.

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  17. Nice sunset sky with coat hanger.

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  18. Great Shot! I love the curvature of the bridge.

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