As many of you exclaimed, yesterday's eye belonged to the face of Luna Park.
Built on land once used to store bridge building equipment, Luna Park which opened in 1935, nestles beside the northern pylon of the Harbour Bridge in the suburb of Milson's Point. It has had a long and chequered history of bankruptcy, closures, court-cases and refurbishments.
The laughing face is its distinguishing feature and this photograph shows its 8th incarnation which was erected in 1994 and based on Arthur Barton's early '50s version. The Face was listed as an item of national heritage by the National Trust in the early '80s.
Tomorrow: The talented Mr Art Barton.