Ten Friday Photos from Sydney, Australia

Sydney ranks on pretty much everybody’s Top Five Cities list and you can see why in this quick little photo tour.


Above Sydney from the Sydney Tower Eye.


Luna Park in North Sydney at dusk. That’s the Harbour Bridge in the foreground.


Here is sunset from Watson’s Bay, just outside town. There’s an old hotel there that has now labeled itself “boutique.” It’s not very big and it gets loud at night on weekends, but you can’t beat the fine view from the back terrace.


The Sydney Harbour Bridge.


Chess match in Hyde Park.


Another detail of Sydney from the Sydney Tower Eye.


Sydney from the suburb of Taronga.


The view back to town from Watson’s Bay.


Sunrise hits the cliffs at Watson’s Bay.


Detail of … you know.

Click these to enlarge them. There are many more photos from all across Australia in the Australia Gallery at EarthPhotos.com. And a good weekend to you!

Friday Photo #37, Ram with a View


From the Taronga zoo in the suburb of Mosman near Sydney.

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Meanwhile here in Kenya, today we have left Lake Naivasha for four nights at Governor’s Camp in the Maasai Mara, Kenya. Photos to follow.

Friday Photo #4, Watson’s Bay, Australia


This could be my single favorite HDR. Since the Sydney, Australia area is on Australia’s east coast it catches the sun’s first light each day. Here, waves crash against the rocks across the harbor from downtown, just south of Manly Beach, below the bedroom community of Watson’s Bay. Click it to enlarge.

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