A Day in Sydney

I finished my work in Sydney on Wednesday and filled in some time at Milsons Point taking some photos across the harbour to the opera house.

I also walked across the bridge towards the city to take a few pictures. We are obviously in a time when we need security guards everywhere as I found two extremely bored men patrolling the walkway across the walking area of the bridge. They didn’t see to be paying attention to much other than the passing cars. I couldn’t even get either of them to make eye contact and say hello. However, I guess that their presence makes the bridge a lot safer and we should thank the government for taking care of thIs national icon.


Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

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