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Circular Quay Ferry
Australia

Approaching Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour on a sunny and warm December day. The ferry from Mosman passes the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Just sit on the outside seating on the upper deck and let the scenery waft by while soaking up the sunshine.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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Tags: sydney harbour; opera house; harbour bridge; circular quay; ferry; sydney
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