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The Sydney Festival kicked off with a bang the first Saturday night after New Years Eve. It happens every January and the opening night is a feast for the eyes and ears.
Many streets in the Sydney CBD were closed to traffic and there were bands, light shows on buildings, acrobats, and DJ’s scattered throughout the CBD and Hyde Park.
It was a typical balmy summer evening for Sydney and it was fantastic to be able to walk down the streets without worrying about cars.
We went from one venue to the next, checking out the sights and sounds. Of course I had to take my camera with me and a tripod to capture Sydney in all it’s night time summer glory.
HDR – 3 time-lapse exposures, tone-mapped then adjusted offset colours, contrast in PS
Canon EOS 400D
Canon Lens 18-55mm
The little black lines in the sky are fruit bats. There were hundreds of them out and about getting all fruity and batty.
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