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9pm fireworks, NYE 2008, Sydney Harbour.Taken from the Garden Island Naval facility (I know people….)
Do yourself a favour and VIEW LARGE!!!
house, opera, bridge, nye, fireworks, andrew, bosman, harbour, sydney
beautiful work Boz
Thanks Shaz, Happy NY.
– Andrew Bosman
I’m mesmerised! Must have been quite some show there Boz.. If only the fireworks in Cairns was that big :) HAPPY NEW YEAR..
great shot Andrew !so much in the frame…the Harbor, the Opera House, the Harbor Bridge, people, boats, the city lights, fireworks and reflections ~ love it !
Thanks Jared. Those boats where a pain in the…. Imagine, a Naval base and not a spare torpedo to be had!
Looks like lots of people know people judging by the crowd in front of you…..LOL! What a magical capture, Boz!
True Mel but still no where near as crowded as Mrs Macquaries’ Chair!
WOW stunning shot
LOL……look at all those digicams……
I spoke to soon…..I have just had my question answered.You made the effort, and it sure has paid off.Brilliant Boz.
Great shot Andrew! Sydney sure is a magnificent setting for seeing the New Year in.
Thanks Graham. Yeah, for a State so heavily in debt they still managed to find a cool 5 mil for the fireworks.
Wow, fantastic capture! Sydney looks stunning!
Gorgeous! The fireworks were pretty spectacular…very brave of you venturing into the city!!
I had it easy Sarah…. coach pick up from Hazelbrook, parking in Garden Island, coach ride home.