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Darling Harbour at Dusk
Australia

The west side of the Darling Harbour public walkway. Featuring a dramatic dusk view of the Sydney skyline showing the Sydney Tower, huge office buildings, and the calm inner city waters of the harbour. The Harbourside shopping precinct with the huge entrance arch is prominently featured. This area has dozens of shops, bars, cafe's and restaurants. To the south of this location is the largest IMAX Theater in Australia.


A 390cm wide print of this image is currently be exhibitied in Melbourne at the Brunswick Street Gallery ending Apr 12, 2012

Free free to contact me (just google my name) if you are interested in viewing this fine art print in person. 

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Copyright: John warkentin
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 30000x3885
Uploaded: 05/04/2012
Updated: 22/10/2012
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Tags: harbour; dusk; sydney; tower; harbourside
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