Old town - new city by Gino Iori

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The rocky sandstone ledge known as The Rocks is where members of the First Fleet stepped ashore on 26 January 1788 and British settlement of Australia was first established. Today it is Sydney’s historic old town quarter, nestled between the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Parts of the modern city are in the background.

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  • champion
    championalmost 7 years ago

    Nice Gino. Well done.

  • Jacqueline Barreto
    Jacqueline Bar...almost 7 years ago

    beautiful shot.

  • Andrew Bosman
    Andrew Bosmanalmost 7 years ago

    A wonderful contrast Gino and an angle I have not seen before which in itself is a minor miracle for our fair city!!

  • Debbie Black
    Debbie Blackalmost 7 years ago

    stunning!

  • Keegan Wong
    Keegan Wongalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful! Perfect metering!

  • wstsiderose
    wstsiderosealmost 7 years ago

    As usual, this is beautiful.

  • Erin Lyall
    Erin Lyallalmost 7 years ago

    Wow, the colours are great in this Gino and the clouds just add so much more to the photo. Will you be taking photos of Sydney during EarthHour tonight?

  • Thank you for you comments.
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    Erin – I don’t think there will be many lights on tonight – might be a good time to try to shoot the stars !

    – Gino Iori

  • longlegs
    longlegsalmost 7 years ago

    very nice colors, great shot.

  • Erin Lyall
    Erin Lyallalmost 7 years ago

    Yeah it would be amazing.. I have to go to a 21st out of the city tonight so I’m not going to experience Melbourne’s version of Earth Hour but I’m looking forward to seeing all the pictures/videos of it.

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...almost 7 years ago

    Beautiful shot, love the vibrant reflections :))

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