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Saturday, 5 August 2017

Sculpture at Barangaroo







If you haven't worked out by now, I have a love affair with our beautiful harbour. I will use any excuse to get myself on or near the water.






The annual Sculpture at Barangaroo is as good a reason as any to get outdoors and enjoy the sunny winter weather. Until the 20th of August, you can enjoy this outdoor art exhibition with the backdrop of our sparking waterways.









The kids will love selecting their flowers to plant in the 'garden".

















Take a picnic or head to Walsh Bay or Barangaroo for lunch afterwards.







To get the sign to line up, you need low tide to move out to the right rocks. That was as close as we could manage....(Don't be silly and take risks!)










(Need to thank Canon for fixing my camera - replacing it? - under warranty and on the same day!)



Linking with #WordlessWednesday #FarawayFiles #TravelTuesday #Throughmylens #LNRseasons #WanderfulWednesday















































20 comments:

  1. Oh what an interesting display! Do you know how long it will be running for? While I don't think I'd be climbing the rocks to get those pieces to line up on the sign I do think it would be good to see when I'm in Sydney later this year :)

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    1. Only til the 20th August...but then there's Sculpture by the sea in Sept.

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  2. Oh this looks so interesting and wished I could have visited this exhibit -I love the sculptures and the fabrics they use! Welcome to All Seasons, and sharing the event! Hope we will see you back next Week! Have a lovely one (week)!

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  3. I love these sort of artist events and the fascinating art works and sculptures on display. And I see this is in Sydney! Have a fabulous week and thank you for stopping by my blog last week.

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  4. What a place and love the artwork ~ the sculptures and your delightful photography ~ ^_^

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  5. Looks like a fun exhibition but I'm going to have to enjoy it through you - won't be in Sydney any time soon.

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  6. Love that kangaroo sculpture!

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  7. What a interesting bunch of photos and seems like a fun exhibition

    Have an artistictastic week :-)

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  8. I miss my time in Melbourne..I have seen this beautiful sculpture many times

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  9. It looks like a pretty place to go. I love parks with artwork in it.

    http://www.anapeladay.com/2017/08/ww-8-eyes-linky.html

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  10. Tons of neat statues! More reasons to stop by the harbour. #wanderfulwednesday

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  11. It looks like a fun time at the waterfront. I love the water, too, especially when there is something artsy going on.

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  12. Awesome photos! I haven't been to this yet but definitely want to check it out, maybe this weekend.

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  13. I like sculpture walks and displays. I've been to the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition. This display looks interesting.

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  14. Pretty place. I just saw Sydney on the latest Sharknado movie this week

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  15. This looks like such a fabulous place to visit with kids. I just love those colourful flags that look like they belong on a pirate ship! Thanks for joining us on #FarawayFiles

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  16. What wonderful photos of these art pieces, Lydia! And it's great to hear about your good customer service experience with Canon!
    Thank you for joining us at the Travel Tuesday meme, I look forward to your next contribution.

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  17. I used to work for my local city arts council obtaining public sculpture for a rotating gallery without walls. I always love outdoor exhibits - this looks so fun and a great way to spend a day outside! Thanks for sharing with #FarawayFiles

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