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View of Sydney Harbour Bridge from above the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Millers Point – see lower right.. This church has, since being built, been more popularly know as The Garrison Church. Its foundation stone was laid way back on the 23rd June, 1840. The surrounding area is better known as “The Rocks”.. which has a rather colourful history…

Photographed 1st September, 2012. Canon 450D with Canon 18-55mm IS lense.. f18, 1/200 sec, ISO400, 37mm focal length.

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sydney, garrison church, the rocks

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  • Keith G. Hawley
    Keith G. Hawleyalmost 2 years ago

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenalmost 2 years ago

    Great shot Keith! Are you on the road again?

  • Thanks Carol… Just went down to Sydney for the weekend to meet our new little granddaughter… She took us for a wander around Circular Quay and the Rocks area…

    – Keith G. Hawley

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusalmost 2 years ago

    Excellent point of view and capture.

  • Thanks Steven… Cheers mate.

    – Keith G. Hawley

  • Sharon House
    Sharon Housealmost 2 years ago

    Wow!! I missed this one before. You are right Keith ~ it looks great. Hope you are enjoying your time with your new family addition :o))

  • Thanks very much my friend… Yeah, it was a great weekend.. flew down Friday evening and back Sunday arvo…..

    – Keith G. Hawley

  • Christine Smith
    Christine Smithalmost 2 years ago

    You have been featured in Christian Churches, Statues & Crosses 17-09-2012 0 – Churches in Australia

    Congratulations, it’s a beautiful image.

    http://www.redbubble.com/groups/christian-churc...

  • Wow! Thank you very much Christine…

    – Keith G. Hawley

  • katekreations
    katekreationsalmost 2 years ago

    Congratulations Featured 25th September 2012

  • Hey… thank you very much.. What a nice surprise… Cheers.

    – Keith G. Hawley

  • KeepsakesPhotography Michael Rowley
    KeepsakesPhoto...almost 2 years ago

    Great detail Keith, its een some time since i traveled through Sydney

  • Thanks Michael… Cheers mate…

    – Keith G. Hawley

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