Recently we took an international guest to Sydney for the weekend. Melbourne is a great place with heaps to do and eat, but I always feel a visit to Australia isn’t complete until it has included the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Seeing them is as essential as seeing Big Ben in England or the Eiffel Tower in France.
In any case, I just love any excuse to go to Sydney myself. And when I’m there, what do I love doing most? Seeing the harbour bridge and, especially, the Sydney Opera House. I simply cannot spend long enough looking at that wonderful building. Or photographing it.
I must have taken thousands of pictures of the Opera House over the years. Me and millions of others. But that doesn’t stop be taking more. The thing is, the building is so spectacular and in such a great location that there is always another way of seeing it.
The point is that even one of the most iconic, over-photographed buildings in the world can always be looked at, and photographed, in a different way.