08 October 2012

Walking Circular Quay to Lavender Bay, Part One

Weatherwise the day started out 'iffy' when I met up with two friends at Circular Quay, harbourside, late morning, after a two-hour train journey. Our plan after coffee, was to walk across the harbour-bridge, to Lavender Bay.

By the time we'd walked partway along here, a cold southerly buster came through, and with a vengeance.  From then on, it was a bleak and grey day, with occasional showers

 this team of eager bridge climbers, were doing it much differently to us. 

 looking towards the Opera House

navy vessels alongside Garden Island





ferries berthed at Circular Quay



11 comments:

Beth Edwards said...

awesome shots. i have seen folks walk & take pics from this view. i hope one day to get there. what a gorgeous place. wow!! (:

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

A fantastic bridge and wonderful views in all directions. Marvelous !

Stewart M said...

Hi there - I have to say I think all the barbed wire and spikes in the first couple of shots is a little off putting!

I think I may have to organise a trip to Sydney, just to see some of the icons!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Pete Shanley said...

Great collection of shots Carole. I know that walk well (probably not alone hey!?)

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Ooo...you can climb up the bridge? I'd love that but these days I cannot get to close to the edge without getting that feeling of being sucked over.

TexWisGirl said...

i like that last shot w/ the boat curving and the tree on the shore. and the opera house just demands kudos. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photos from the bridge. Love the Opera House!

Liz said...

I think I'm well overdue for a trip to Sydney to visit my brother! Great shots and perspectives!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Magnificent pictures. I will have to get more of my pictures up today or to-morrow.

In my blogs.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Those bridges and buldings. Wow!

You are a real photographer to get those great shots everywhere. You must be on your
tippy toes for some.

That Opera House.

Okie Molie!

Sharyl said...

I've been looking at this series in reverse order. But I see this first one was all about the lines too! I really love that!