Monday, 7 June 2010

Everywhichway ...

North
South
East
West

21 comments:

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Excellent idea and shots.

Luis Gomez said...

Great shots! Beautiful!

Εscape said...

Great place, beautiful photos.
Congratulations...!

www.photo-graphimata.blogspot.com

Frank de Jol said...

Wonderful set.

Bill said...

The third picture shows that Sydney Harbour without doubt is one of the best looking harbours on this planet.

Tulsa Gentleman said...

Wonderful photos, amazing city.

J Bar said...

What terrific views. I'd forgotten how good the views are from up there. I especially like the shadow of the bridge in the harbour.

Ann said...

No. 2 is a fabulous cityscape. Don't know why I've never been up there.

Woody said...

great views!!

brattcat said...

You make us feel as if we're soaring on the four winds. Beautiful!

Peter said...

great ideas - 4 compass point shots.

Rinkly Rimes said...

A great idea..... giving us a 360 degree view.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Beautiful crisp shots. And I like the view from the Pylon more than from the top of the bridge ... not the least being that you can take photos from there. Now I'll have to go up that Pylon one day.

willow said...

Spectacular shots!!

Lois said...

My favorite is the one showing the shadow of the bridge on the water.

Clytie said...

Fantastic shots. I was especially mesmerized by the way the clouds were different in each view. It almost looks like a storm was coming in ... or leaving ...

Julie said...

Well picked, Clytie. A storm dogged us all week swirling along the coast and making landfall again and again. It originated from the north but swirled onto land from the south.

Piyush said...

Breathtaking shots .. great vantage point Julie

Steffe said...

Superb view and photos.

lewi14 said...

Very impressive shots. Absolutely!

Julie said...

Thank you, friends.