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A shame Syria is in such turmoil. I would love to visit. These old alleyways are Iconic.

A canopy of empty bird cages hang above the street making graphic shapes and shadows against blue Sydney skies. This permanent public art installation plays a soundscape of birdsong. The calls, tweets and twittering are from bird species that used to live in this area, before the city replaced their native habitats. The installation is known as ‘Forgotten Songs’ and is part of the Laneways: By George Hidden Networks project.

She loves the twinkly romance of SF (or any city, really) at dusk. The fairies' hour suits her.

Circular Quay, the hub of Sydney Harbour, is situated in a small inlet called Sydney Cove, founding site for Australia / A stepping-off point for most attractions around the harbour & an exciting place to be on a warm summer's day / The Overseas Passenger Terminal is centre & Museum of Contemporary Art left foreground / The quay is a vibrant, bustling place with ferries leaving every few minutes to different parts of the harbour, including Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman & Taronga Park Zoo.

a view of Sydney I've not seen before. Beautiful.

Sydney, Australia. Go to www.YourTravelVid... or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Vivid Sydney 2010 Those rays are actually horizontal and the light comes from projectors pointed to the Opera House from the overseas passenger terminal. But this is how it looks when you are directly underneath those projectors.

Sydney, Australia Been and want to go again ~ Opera house is amazing inside....Sydney Harbor :-)

#monogramsvacation. The Sydney Opera House, Australia is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Even more beautiful at sunset.

Under the Bridge, Sydney Harbour, Australia - why does this look as though the bridge is about to fall over?