There’s something amazing about the reflection on water of clouds rolling over a huge city. It’s the static vs dynamic nature of these elements which can really give power to a scene. Standing on the edge of the pier at Darling Harbour I felt a sense of insignificance before this enormity that is Sydney, Australia. It was oddly quiet too like the grounds of a circus that is packing up to move onto the next city. Each of the capital cities in Australia are unique and one of Sydney’s best aspects is it’s proximity to vast amounts of water. It’s the way in which the city celebrates the water that makes it so special. Australia Day has to be one of the most memorable when the Harbour is a sea of sailing ships all out celebrating on the deep blue ocean. This is Cockle Bay and there are many celebrations held here and its also a place for people to come together 🙂
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