13 February 2013

Darling Harbour #2

 

 go crackers with contraptions????  I've no idea what it means either
 
 the Pyrmont Bridge is open again for people-traffic
 
 front of the Maritime Museum
 
with some curvy reflections
 

hope yours is 'half full'
 


guess these can be used for a price when relaxing at this restaurant?  I doubt they're sitting there for decoration; another row above these.  Thanks to Lisa, Lisa Gordon Photography  first hand up to offer the answer to their name; they're hookah-pipes. 

thought this 'chandelier' most unique

11 comments:

diane b said...

Interesting shots of darling harbour.

Digi-Irma said...

Beautiful series of photos Carole, especially photo 7, photo 8 and 9 are super.
Greetings Irma

Brian King said...

That is a beautiful waterfront! The buildings are fantastic as a backdrop!

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Beautiful place and buildings. Great photographs Carole.
Costas

einfachtilda said...

Australien muß wunderschön sein und bestimmt schön warm.

LG Mathilda ♥

Lisa Gordon said...

Carole, I'm guessing a hooka pipe. At least here in NY, it is legal, and they have things that look similar to these in bars/clubs. So I guess you can get a drink and have a little hooka!!

These are wonderful photographs. I especially love the view in the first one.

Have a wonderful day!

Joop Zand said...

Good shots Carole..... i love these places.

Greetings, Joop

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Lots of interesting things to see along the waterfront. I suppose if I were to take a short drive south to the San Francisco waterfront the same could be said. I don't know what the fascination is for water pipes but then, I don't smoke.

TexWisGirl said...

those are hookah pipes. no, i've never used them. :)

love the reflections in the windows. and the emblem w/ the kangaroo and emu, too.

Łucja-Maria said...

Hello!
I admire your wonderful blog.
Caught up in a great photo.
I send greetings from distant Polish.
Lucia

Geke said...

I like the reflections and also the tall glass. Nice composition.
The hookah pipes are called water pipes overhere. A friend of mine has one and he smokes his pipe.