Sydney has two iconic bridges connecting CBD with suburbs. One is famous Harbour Bridge and the other is ANZAC Bridge. The both are beautiful architectures although the figure that architected for each is very different. Harbour Bridge is very classic suspension bridge with arch, while, ANZAC Bridge is more modern bridge stayed by wires. The both are really fun to photograph as always.
The photograph below was a wing of ANZAC Bridge that was taken a couple of months ago. It was when Sydney was in the middle of spring season. When I took and checked this at first, I wasn’t impressed. The photo rather looked like plain and boring.
I left this photo untouched, then I took it and gave a look again casually.
Now I like this photo. 🙂
I like this photo because all factors that needed to be in the photo are in there. I see Australian flag that’s nice flapping due to wind. Composition looks ok. On top, Australia’s iconic jakaranda trees set in front with bunch of violet petals. It’s a good snapshot of spring season captured, I think. 🙂
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