14 April 2012

Circular Quay to Manly, N.S.W., Part Two

 
Moving right along ...the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the distance now, since I'm sailing today, not climbing.




 hadn't picked it up from the ferry, and not until editing these did I see "a ceremony" taking place

Maybe a segment for a tv show even, who knows. Seems the couple sitting looking out over the harbour weren't invited.



 All thrill-seekers are supplied with a jacket; fancy getting wet on the Jet Boat?






 Rugged sandstone cliff-face.  According to Australian Museum, Sydney Harbour is made up of mostly sandstone and shale formed during the Triassic period (about 220 million years ago).

 
Manly coming up; (next post).

10 comments:

Horst in Edmonton said...

Great photos, great waterfronts. Love the Sydney Harbour Bridge photo.

TexWisGirl said...

love the trees and the cliffs. :)

heyBJK said...

Is that my favorite bridge in the background? Love it! What a beautiful place for a wedding! That's a nice surprise in your photos. The rock cliffs are wonderful!

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

Beautiful waterfronts! Must be a lot of good fishing along there.

momto8 said...

how lovely to be sailing! good for you!!

Carole M. said...

thanks for your comments, always loving them!

momto8, I wasn't sailing on a little skipper. My Part One of this series mentions about catching the ferry across to Manly :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Beautiful place for a wedding. I love the trees and the cliffs.
Thanks for sharing all your interesting photos.

schöngeist for two said...

Eine Hochzeitspäärchen die den Hintergund nutzen von den Felsigen Gestein der Kliffen...
Schöne Fotos!!!
Lieben Gruss Elke

Karin M. said...

These are interesting and nice pictures...wonderful landscape...
Greetings Karin

Julie said...

That wedding was more likely to be one of the numerous Japanese ceremonies that are performed all around Sydney harbour. I find them quite sad, as they usually have more photographers than family and friends.