Last day of Vivid Sydney 8th June, 2015 and exhibition – The Photograph and Australia at the Art Gallery (AGNSW).
An afternoon to view some of the oldest and most unique photographs of early Australiana at the AGNSW.
Photographs of the exhibition weren’t permitted, but a chance to take your own in a booth …
Aboriginal art is always on display at the Gallery and is free to everyone who visits.
Across the road from AGNSW is Speaker’s Corner – a little light entertainment and a sit down for the afternoon once you’ve finished at the AGNSW. Here’s where you can have your ‘two-bobs worth’.
Then head down to the Harbour for some sun and wind in your hair.
The Coat Hanger needs no introduction.
And as day turned into night, the Opera House looked far more exciting at night!
Colours and patterns changed constantly – very impressive and a must see if you happen to be in Sydney at this time of year. Various locations across the city take part and light up.
Customs House had everyone enthralled.
Children were mesmerised and really, really quiet …
Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) turned into a Rubik’s Cube of sorts!
Time to head off home, but not before bashing a few drums along the way at Martins Place.