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Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Sculpture at Barangaroo






We had a fairly lazy Sunday with lunch at the local shops while getting the car washed, but then swung home via Barangaroo to check out the sculptures that are on exhibit until the 16th.


It was beautiful afternoon, sunny while overcast and we sat on the shore with a coffee watching the water birds.













These little things make you look at life and how wonderful it can be.
Sometimes you just need to stop and be still for a moment to see it.

What made you love life this week?

(Though I would love it more if I actually remembered to take my camera instead of making do with my useless iphone that's dying a slow death)

Linking with #PhotoFriday


















26 comments:

  1. Wow, you find the best places to visit! Love the sculptures :)

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  2. Thank you for the round up, Lydia! I was meaning to go!

    Here's to a great week ahead.

    SSG xxx

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  3. I haven't been to Barangaroo yet, but these sculptures look like something worth visiting :)

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  4. Lovely sculptures! I love family days on Sundays..

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  5. I love the big glass ball, that is very cool

    Mollyxxx

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  6. I've been meaning to head out to Barangaroo. I've heard it's a great spot to go for a run. That glass ball is uber cool!

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  7. Wow! that glass ball is amazing :-)

    Have a balltastic week :-)

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  8. Very cool!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/sweetheart-in-sepia.html

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  9. I like your photo of the crystal ball with the boat reflection (or is it showing through from the other side?)

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  10. Lovely art and stunning landscape!

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  11. This is cool. There are so many hidden spots around Sydney. How do you find this stuff? Gorgeous. Thanks for joining the Lovin' Life Linky!

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  12. Those sculptures look incredible! I have never heard of barangaroo! :-)

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  13. That sculpture does look really neat. I just want to pick it up and shake it.

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  14. I missed this - have to hang out for next year.

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  15. Lydia, these are fabulous shots. The sculpture at the time is really cool. Your iPhone still takes great pictures. Having an iPhone in your pocket is about as good as most point and shoot cameras, if not better. I love views you shared. I would like to have a cup of coffee near the shore to watch the birds, too. Happy WW!

    Photo-editing Water Rock Knob image #WW

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  16. Beautiful photos! Thanks for linking up for Wordless Wednesday. Have a great week!

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  17. Great photos that make me wish I could be there!

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  18. Argh. I need to take my camera more places too. I love sculpture displays like this.
    I went on a Kindy excursion on Monday to plant trees and we had a cave tour. It was cool, but so glad I wasn't in charge of all those kids!

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  19. What a cool sculpture! Will have to check it out. It was great to meet you in person today!

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  20. What a wonderful set of photos and I accept that is more likely how I will be seeing Barangaroo these days (I saw it being constructed up till the end of 2014) and thank you for sharing such great pics of a great Sydney space!

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  21. How cool! I love the first sculpture, it's fun to see the world upside down! I think sculptures make a nice addition to open areas.

    What's made me love life this week? definitely the sunshine, it's been gorgeous here in Belgium!

    ~ K

    www.lifeasunusuals.com

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  22. Your photos are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. I am in awe of some sculptures.
    Great pics.
    Thank you for linking up.

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