Sitting in the outdoor seating of Sydeny cafe, you can see the Sydney Bridge and the Opera House in the distance. The sea view in Sydney is not too much, the food here is also very attractive, the seafood dishes are especially good, not only sell well, but also taste. The most popular grilled octopus, the rich charcoal aroma is not replaced by electric roasting.
We want to travel to Sydney City today to see if it is more beautiful under the night. Our trip today begins at Circular Quay and ends at Darling Harbour. Then I will take a step with me and the night tour begins!
Visitors from all over the world will definitely go to Sydney Opera House to get to the Sydney Opera House, because this building can be said to represent Sydney and represent Australia. Its status is equivalent to the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Pearl of the Orient in Shanghai. It is an absolute landmark. Although we mentioned in the first part that Sydney has three major landmarks, if it is the most famous and most impressive, it is definitely the opera house. I don't have much explanation for its appearance, I think everyone is very familiar with it. But here I will tell you about the location of the filming. This time I will not let go of the aerial photography, because in foreign countries, I will try to fly as little as possible without permission. Especially in such CBD areas, the flow density is very large, so it is generally No fly. My shooting this time is mainly ground action. The most convenient way to get to the Sydney Opera House is by rail. The name of the station translated into Chinese is: Circular Quay. Looking at this name, we can actually understand the general terrain here, here is a U-shaped pier. The location of the Opera House is located on the side of the Harbour Bridge. And if you want to shoot the Harbour Bridge, then you will go to the Opera House to shoot. Some people take a bridge shot for a big scene, but the actual effect is not good, and it is okay during the day. You can make the shutter fast, with little effect. But if it is a night shot, the resonance on the bridge is very powerful, so the night shot is basically unsuccessful. This must be noted.
The lights of the Opera House basically wait until after dark, it seems that there is no fixed time (this information I have to verify, but according to the two shots I went, it seems that the time is different of.). The evening opera and the style of the opera after the lights are completely different. It is slightly dull by natural light, and it is more glamorous after the light is turned on, and the outline is clearer. I personally think that the night view of the Opera House is more worthwhile to record than during the day.
Then there is the Circular Quay, which is an important dock port in Sydney. Not only do many sightseeing boats depart from here every day, but many large cruise ships stop here. The sightseeing boat basically covers the famous island attractions around Sydney, such as Darling Harbour, Manly Beach, Watson Bay and many more. There are dozens of hundreds of ships that come in and out every day. This is the busiest port in Sydney. The distance to the opposite side of the pier is a group of buildings. These houses are close to the sea and are veritable sea view rooms. I believe that the price is definitely a lot.
Walk from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour, but in 10 minutes. It is also a place where tourists especially like to gather. The restaurant bar is open for business at night. You can sit on the side of the road and enjoy the oncoming sea breeze and the unique charm of Sydney city at the beginning of the lantern. There are large shops and trails where you can stroll around. On the other side of the port are many high-rise buildings, you can take pictures of the night view of the building in the Darling Harbour. The lover's port is not too far a week, you can go around for a week, all the seats are selected as needed.
In the past, there was a restaurant in Darling Harbour in Shanghai.
I was wondering why I wanted to call this name.
Later I learned that Darling Harbour was originally Sydneys famous Lover Harbour
Sydney's entertainment center, convention center, shopping center and art center
aquarium, military division museum (Figure 4), cafes, cinemas, restaurants are concentrated here
there are a variety of street performers performing!
Darling harbour, also known as the Lover Harbor, knows that this is a good place to fall in love with this name. There are a variety of places for recreation and entertainment nearby, which is a good place to eat, eat and buy. People with tight schedules only need to visit at night. When the lights are first, they are quiet and beautiful, and sometimes they will encounter street performances. There will be music and fireworks performances every Saturday night at 8:30. It is recommended that everyone arrange their time.
End of the day's itinerary, about 6 o'clock when arriving at Darling Harbour, the night of October has just arrived, the Darling Harbour style at night, you may wish to find a romantic restaurant with a style, talk about love Talk about love, or talk to old friends. After a meal, I was drunk in the gentle evening wind, and I whispered on the bridge. Standing on the bridge, watching the lights on the opposite side, the reflection flashed in the sea. The vessel has stopped working and is parked on the shore. At this time, even if nothing is done, standing quietly on the bridge and the people who like it are very satisfying.
Darling Harbour, also known as Lover Harbour, is located in Sydney and is a large leisure area with entertainment, dining and shopping. Darling Harbour consists of port terminals, green water and various buildings. King Street Wharf is a popular venue, with trendy dining options. There are also famous attractions such as Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussaud's Sydney. You can also choose to dine in the outdoor area on the shore, shop at the Port Mall, listen to the performances of outdoor performers, or interact with the little pigeons. You can also take a boat trip to enjoy the view from a closer distance.