It is one clear morning at Sydney Harbour. The sunrise is always energising. And it still amazes me that there are more of the Opera House scenes to be photographed.
There was an episode in my life that I managed graveyard shifts at a 24-hour restaurant in this tourist spot and finished at 7 am. Although it was an odd hour, I got a chance to absorb the tranquility of the harbour without the crowd. It was truly inspiring. Still is.
I got an assignment on night photography. I decided to go Milsons Point on the other side of the harbour to capture this Sydney icon. Then I got bored after few shots of bland outcome. So I experiment with long exposure and pan on tripod. It was fun and the result is more than acceptable.
For no particular reason, I post a lot of Sydney Opera House photos this month. This triptech I took last year when I visited there for the first time in three years of living in Sydney. So it was quite a fresh look.