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Photographing Kirribilli

In the golden light of the Kirribilli sunrise, you can see the city wake with all the feels of fresh starts and new beginnings. Interestingly, the name Kirribilli originated from the Aboriginal word ‘Kiarabilli’, which means 'good fishing spot'. It is located on the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Kirribilli even makes Sydney locals feel like tourists in their town. It's not hard to see why I choose to photograph it regularly.

You can almost feel the ripple effect from the harbour with the cityscape lights appearing as dusk escapes and the night forms.


The lights from the cityscape glitter and dance their way across the water as if to invite you into the glamour and beauty of Sydney. 

To host a picture of Sydney Harbour in your home is to be immersed in Sydney’s history, from convicts of the past to a futuristic bright hope for Australia’s future.


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