This post is part of a photographic series featuring how the city of Sydney has been impacted by the CoViD-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak. St Andrew’s Cathedral and Town Hall Square is normally packed full of people on a Friday lunch, but it feels like a ghost town, with only essential workers taking a break and having lunch.
At the time of writing, Sydney has not yet subject to a population lockdown (unlike other countries and cities) but residents are strongly advised to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary.
This series of posts show just how quiet the streets of Sydney and suburbs have become.
St. Andrew’s Cathedral is the seat of the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney and was designed by Emend Blacket and completed in 1868. It is built in the Gothic Revival Style and has a beautiful church organ inside.
I took the photos using a Panasonic GX9 and the 7-14mm f4 wide-angle lens.