Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour is without a doubt one of the most beautiful arrangements of architecture in the world, and I was lucky to capture this sunset there. I realised there was a photo opportunity, so I looked for the best location - when I arrived here the view was stunning, but I knew the light wasn't quite perfect, so I sat there with my tripod until the light was just right.

The original Harbour Bridge design didn't have the two columns we see today, they were added later because people were afraid to cross the original version because it didn't look sturdy enough!

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Canon EOS30
Sigma 17-35 EX HSM
Fuji Provia 100F (Two frames stitched together using The Panorama Factory)

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