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Under Sydney Harbour Bridge At Night
Australia

Sydney Harbour bridge viewed from the underside.

Taken on the north short of Sydney Harbour, near Luna Park.

The CBD and the  Sydney Opera House are visible across the harbour.

The light up underside show the complex steel engineering of the single span bridge. The panorama is sited close to the northern pier of the bridge, showing the sandstone finish of this giant support.

Copyright: Rich powell
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上传: 26/02/2012
更新: 22/10/2012
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