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The Surfers At Tamarama Beach – Sydney
We went to Tamarama Beach today, which is the next beach south of the world famous Bondi Beach, to check-out the Sculptures By The Sea. There’s about a dozen or so sculptures scattered around the beach both on and off the sand. It’s well worth braving the masses of multitudinous hordes of people to see. Although, if you live in the area I would suggest perhaps an evening foray to Tamarama during the week might be better if you like to avoid the crush.
As we were walking back towards Bronte Beach, I thought I’d try to take a photo showing the difference between using a polarising filter and not using one. I used my polarised sunglasses as a substitute for the polarising filter as the filter was doing some time on my wife’s camera, plus, using my sunnies kept my fat pudgy fingers from blocking out part of the image. Polarising filters are well worth the money and I never leave home without mine.
Canon Lens 75-300mm
10 November 2010 Featured in Out of The Blue
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The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was conceived and largely built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, who, in 2003, received the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honour. The citation stated:
“ There is no doubt that the Sydney Opera House is his masterpiece. It is one of the great iconic buildings of the 20th century, an image of great beauty that has become known throughout the world – a symbol for not only a city, but a whole country and continent. ”
The Sydney Opera House was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 28 June 2007. Currently, it is the most recently constructed World Heritage Site to be designated as such, sharing this distinction with such ancient landmarks as Stonehenge and the Giza Necropolis. It is one of the 20th century’s most distinctive buildings and one of the most famous performing arts centres in the world.
The Sydney Opera House is situated on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It sits at the northeastern tip of the Sydney central business district (the CBD), surrounded on three sides by the harbour (Sydney Cove and Farm Cove) and neighboured by the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Contrary to its name, the building houses multiple performance venues. As one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world, hosting over 1,500 performances each year attended by some 1.2 million people, the Sydney Opera House provides a venue for many performing arts companies including the four key resident companies Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, the Sydney Theatre Company and the Sydney Symphony, and presents a wide range of productions on its own account. It is also one of the most popular visitor attractions in Australia, with more than seven million people visiting the site each year, 300,000 of whom take a guided tour.
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