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Harbour Viewing


Summers are extreme in Australia and Sydney is no exception. But, it was always beautiful when I visited the harbour, the views were breathtaking. At the heart of the city, a stunning harbour view reaches the Sydney's impressive skyline - Harbour viewing is a labour of love!!!

I am sharing some pictures that I treasure of the harbour bridge and some beautiful harbour views here: (Please click on the picture to view the original size)


Huge, charming trees hugging the harbour like they were chums!!!


No idea what this flag signifies, but I randomly shot this picture from the harbour.




I would give up a penthouse suite in Burj Khalifa for this view! If you zoom in, you can see a person soul searching right in the middle of the sea! 



One of my favorite places in the world! Yes, that IS the Sydney Harbour Bridge. I never missed a chance to walk here during the weekends. I clicked this picture from a ferry at the Circular Quay.


This is another random picture I love. Clear blue skies, metallic blue water, a tree, some nice buildings and tiny tiny people! What more can you ask for? ;) :)


"Hey Mr! What are you up to? Are you looking down at your dinner?" :D It is fishing time for him, me thinks! :)



And, finally my lucky shot! It was a lovely sunset and here is what I got to see from Watson's bay. The magnanimous harbour bridge framed by two pine trees :) Pretty cool, isn't it? ;)




That's all folks! 
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Cheers! And Thank Goodness it is Friday! :)

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  1. Wonderful pictures, most particularly the last one - stunning!

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    1. Thank you Sheila! Welcome to my blog! :)

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  2. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos. The flag looks like an Australian Confederation Flag. (Again, I could be wrong.)

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    1. oh! Thanks for the comments SG.
      I have come across so many flags that I didn't comprehend, so I didn't quite try finding them out.
      :)

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  3. What GORGEOUS photos! I want to visit there!

    Good luck with the 2015 A to Z Challenge!
    A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy
    http://pensuasion.blogspot.com

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      Good luck to you too :)

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