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Sydney From Kirribilli
Australia

This is the view from the "best seat in the house" for seeing Sydney Cove, the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour bridge. Taken from just across the water at Kirribilli, this is the ideal spot to sit and observe the ferries coming and going and the boat movements in the harbour. On this day the cruise liner "Voyager of the Seas" was moored at the Overseas Passenger Terminal. It is the summer holidays and families are coming from Circular Quay by ferry to the nearby Luna Park for a day of fun in the sun with the harbour providing a beautiful backdrop.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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Resolution: 9732x4866
Uploaded: 05/01/2013
Atualizado: 07/02/2013
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Tags: sydney; circular quay; sydney cove; harbour bridge; kirribilli; cbd; opera house; luna park
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