Sydney in 100 words

Copyright CSavage

City of seascapes and bridges, skylines and light, where you’re never far from water, gardens lapped by the South Pacific.  Shadow and light shift on pale sail-shapes crowning the Opera House, quayside and ships in a dazzling cityscape framed by uninterrupted blue.  I linger on Circular Quay, watch the ferries crossing to Manley, sip a cappuccino or cool off with a beer.  Deep copper-flame sunsets silhouette the Harbour Bridge.  At New Year, everyone comes out at midnight to see the city take fire.  I love Sydney for its ‘no worries’.  And always the dancing water.

I’ve seen wonderful deep copper sunsets in Sydney:  here’s a photo.

Sunset over Sydney, January 2011

                                            Photo:  copyright Juliet Savage

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