Happy Friday folks.. another oldie from my archives, guess where this was taken?
Another oldie but goodie... Sydney Harbour Bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design. It carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. Across from the infamous Sydney Opera Hall, both stands still as the icons of Sydney and it is also the fifth longest spanning-arch bridge in the world. *Source: Wikipedia
Next time we go, I'm aiming for a night shot of this bridge ;)
Happy Friday folks!
P.S. - Those of you who are at San Diego ComicCon this weekend.. I hate you! j/k
This was an old photo that I took a while back during my Australia trip, I got couple requests this past week to use the photos I posted on flickr and it dawn on me that I should dig some up for the blog. I take A LOT of photo every trip, especially back in the days where I travel frequently and many of them just seems to get forgotten and stored away in archive. For this one in particular I don't quite remember the propose of this particular "room" but doesn't it remind you of a command center? I do remember that I only spent a good 20 minutes at Sydney Opera House so hopefully I'll get to go back one of these days.
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