Sydney, Australia (by Jair Moreshet)

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Sydney, Australia (by Jair Moreshet)

  1. 1. Sydney, Australia Photographed and presented by Jair (Yair) Moreshet, 2009 © ( Website: www.Jair-Moreshet.com Email: [email_address] ) Music : J.S. Bach, The Art of Fugue, Contrapunctus #1, by a brass ensemble
  2. 2. As seen from a satellite, the city of Sydney sits on a big ocean inlet extending from the Pacific into land (like a fjord) and forming the biggest natural harbor in the world. Sydney has, therefore, a lot of waterfront with many individual harbors, marinas, and beaches, offering many leisure activities. Much of the transportation is by water. Pacific Ocean Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbor Bridge Circular Quay Downtown
  3. 3. Circular Quay, the hub of Sydney Harbor (with the iconic Sydney Opera House at the front), is the founding site for Sydney and for Australia.
  4. 6. The Sydney Harbor Bridge
  5. 7. Magical atmosphere at sunset on the promenade at Circular Quay in front of the iconic Sydney Opera House
  6. 12. The Circular Quay area with downtown in the background
  7. 14. The Sydney Tower downtown
  8. 15. Sydney Harbor and downtown as viewed from Sydney Tower. On the horizon – the Pacific Ocean.
  9. 17. The beautifully renovated Queen Victoria shopping mall
  10. 20. The downtown monorail runs over the heads of pedestrians
  11. 21. The entrance to the lovely Darling Harbor from downtown
  12. 22. The wharf at Circular Quay that serves the ferry to the zoo
  13. 23. Aboriginal people (indigenous Australians) on the wharf at Circular Quay
  14. 24. Leaving Circular Quay by a ferry to the zoo
  15. 35. Leaving Circular Quay by a ferry to Darling Harbor and downtown, passing the Sydney Harbor Bridge
  16. 36. First stop is the Luna Park
  17. 41. The Darling Harbor area
  18. 43. Sydney’s Chinese Gardens
  19. 45. Local Australian visitors of Chinese descent using the garden’s rental service for Chinese costumes
  20. 49. Darling Harbor
  21. 52. And once again the Opera House at Circular Quay in another sunset

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