19 June 2012

Sydney - Cityscapes

Some quick snaps; a slice of the city yesterday morning, around 9.30 a.m.









Caffeine!  Such a quaint advert ...

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15 comments:

schöngeist for two said...

modern und alt zusammen ..
wunderschöne Einblicke von der Stadt!
Lieben Gruss Elke

Min fotogen said...

Nice shoot again from your lovely town Sydney

NatureStop said...

Nice post!Have a great day!

Shantana

Tina´s PicStory said...

beautiful pics from your world :)

Dianne said...

Lots to photograph in the city Carole .... especially when you look upwards.

Joyful said...

You've got some beautiful shots. I especially like the first one. I miss Sydney. I haven't been there for decades and I'm sure it has changed a lot!

LifeRamblings said...

a wonderful look at your world. your photos bring back wonderful memories of my trip.

Stewart M said...

Really like the composition of that first image - nice combination of tall lines.

Stewart M

Leovi said...

Beautiful photos with some great shots. Greetings.

Giancarlo said...

Stupende fotografie! buona giornata...ciao

Gary said...

Love the friendliness of the bus. Hop on-hop off!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

TexWisGirl said...

what a great taste of the city. that first shot is beautiful with the spots of leaves and twigs over the scene!

and the hop on/hop off reminded me of the old days in Dallas. we had a route of 'hop-a-bus' that went through and around downtown. they were special free buses that were painted pink with big bunny faces on the front, bunny cotton tails painted on the rear, and metal pink bunny ears mounted to the front. :)

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

It is strange to see your trees void of leaves...oh, it is going into winter there. Like the hop on hop off logo. The tires are flat on the bike and I wondered how can he...oh, it's an advert. I get it now. So much to consider and I am not fully awake yet.

Liz said...

Great shots Carole! I love your perspectives.

heyBJK said...

Great photos, Carole! I love the first one...that tree leads your eyes right to the top of the building. Wonderful composition!