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Sydney Opera House Protest
According the The Guardian, there were hundreds. According to the ABC, there were just over a thousand. According to Fairfax, there were thousands. And according to both News Corp and Alan Jones, there were probably just a “handful of leftie, pinko, greenie commos”.
I don’t know exactly how many people attended tonight’s protest rally at the Sydney Opera House, but there were quite a few, concerned at both the process and the decision to allow the Opera House to allow the projection onto the sails of an advertisement for a forthcoming horse race.… Read the rest “Sydney Opera House Protest”
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Though it can sometimes be cold, wet and miserable in Sydney during winter, it can also be totally awesome. And yesterday, in the midst of our visit to the NAIDOC Week Arts Festival, I took a brief walk out in the sunshine. I sat down, I closed my eyes, and just enjoyed the awesomeness of a clear winter day.… Read the rest “Recent Views”
Sunrise at Sydney Opera House
Staycation (Day 3) started early. I woke at 4.30, and thought “I don’t feel like going back to sleep”, so I hopped on a bus to Circular Quay, to enjoy the sunrise, and to take some lovely photographs.
Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House
It was such a beautiful night in Sydney. Early spring. No need for a jacket. Perfect.
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Having woken early, and knowing the weather would be fine this weekend, I caught a train to Circular Quay ahead of sunrise. There weren’t too many people around. Just a handful of early morning walkers, and a couple of other people with an interest in photography.
When I arrived, one photographer (with a tripod) had already staked a place on the top level of the Overseas Passenger Terminal.… Read the rest “Circular Quay, Sydney, views at dawn”
I was running late, and so I paid a few extra dollars to catch the fast ferry. With only a few people on board, I couldn’t help but notice I was amongst a handful of middle aged nerdy blokes taking a close up look at one of the cruise ships at Sydney’s Circular Quay.… Read the rest “Manly Saturday”