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Sydney by Night

By johnny_mazoo
Sydney is such a great place to visit. I took loads of photos there and this is just one of them.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: mikears, Boyd, Maddie and 7 more

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mikears 12 89 Canada
23 Jun 2005 6:27AM
This is a great shot - fantastic reflections and exposure - Does something need to be straightened, or is it just an illusion? I can't tell!!

Nice one though!

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23 Jun 2005 8:07AM
great shot - and I agree .. it's an amazing place
Tim :o)
C_Daniels 12 399 10 England
23 Jun 2005 8:14AM
Great shot,like the lights and angle..
SteveCharles 14 2.3k 18 England
23 Jun 2005 10:12AM
Hah! I spent an evening taking shots like this, must have been standing on the same spot! You're right, it's a great place.

You've done a good job, caught the city lights well. I'd like to see it bigger.

agree with Mike, I think it needs straightening.

markharrop 13 191 England
24 Jun 2005 5:20AM
Totally agree, it is an amazing place. You have captured it very well.
I want to go back there now!!

28 Jun 2005 2:56AM
Thanks for the comments.
When looking at the other side of the bridge where the buildings are I think I might be a mm out with the straightening. But the piece of land that is to the right is on the same side off the bridge from where I took the photo and it is at an angle already.
Keelo 13 18 Australia
13 Jul 2005 3:19PM
Great shot, Glad you enjoyed my home town

GillyB Plus
12 317 8 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2005 3:34PM
Lovely night shot, great perspective!
steveplant 14 56 2
30 Jul 2005 2:13AM
It is a very nice shot, taken just a few minutes earlier would have shown more detail int he buildings and thelights would still have stood out. The moment the sun dissapears below the horizon is good, you then get the a really deep blue sky and as I say you can pick the forms of the buildings out better.

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