Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of our all too short visit to Sydney. The Sydney Harbour Bridge seen from the steps to the Sydney Opera House Fairground on the opposite shore under the bridge The Sydney Opera House at night seen from the other side of the bay. The front of the Sydney Opera House Some of the tile work on the sails of the opera house Rear of the opera house People at the top of the bridge One of the many ferry boats plying these waters. Most of them are green and yellow like this one. The Kirribilli district across the inlet from the opera house The Kirribilli district Low cloud cover obscures some of the downtown skscrapers giving the area an ethereal quality. Skyline in the mist The broad plaza of Circular Quay wet with rain.A couple of ferries are parked at the wharves. A train rolls through the station as people walk the plaza below. Spectacular view of the city at night. Another nice shot of the skyline at night An excursion boat leaves the wharf. Not likely to be whale watching at this time of night though. The back of the building housing Emerge Capital I think. See third picture below. Open doors on the second and third floors of the restaurants here The vine covered wall. The old building near the cruise terminal. The Museum of Contemporary Art The bridge in the morning sun Flags atop the bridge You may also want to check out my photo gallery of the Writers Walk. And the original article on Sydney if you missed it. Photo Gallery: Writers Walk Stopover in Sydney Follow us on Facebook!