Internationally celebrated light artist Sam Whiteside will take over the entrance of Carriageworks with his immersive lighting installation titled ‘contact’.
Wild Lights features a set of light installations and projection at Taronga Zoo.
Resonance is created by Studio John Fish from Australia and feature an array of convex mirrors.
Bump in the Night is created by James Dive from Australia and feature a peaceful campsite, or is it?
A Mirrored City is created by WITCH+GHOST from Australia and feature a set of illuminated sculptures depicting various aspects of Sydney.
Chronoharp is created by Amigo & Amigo in collaboration with Otis Studios from Australia.
Celestial is created by Studio John Fish from Australia. It resembles a planet with rings around it.
Ephemeral Oceanic is created by Atelier Sisu from Australia and feature a set of illuminated spheres floating on Walsh Bay between Piers 1 and 2/3.
2022 will see both sides of Sydney Harbour Bridge emblazoned with hundreds of colour changing lights. In a ribbon of light, colours pulse from the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge across its world-famous span, through The Rocks, around Circular Quay and onto the Sydney Opera House forecourt.
Vivid Sydney is an annual festival that celebrated its 12th year in 2022, Vivid Sydney fuses art, innovation and technology and features a set of light installations scattered around the city.
We tried to capture four of Sydney’s dams spilling due to recent heavy rain.
This kangaroo and her joey were very interested in us, and hopped to check us out. Captured in the morning at the former deer park at University of New England.
This kangaroo appears to be doing her morning exercises, but the joey doesn’t quite know what to do.
A young joey tries to climb into the mother’s pouch, captured at Mt Stromlo Observatory.
Remnants of the telescope housed in a dome at Mt Stromlo Observatory, destroyed by a firestorm in 2003.
A giant balloon, launched as part of Canberra’s Ballooon Festival, touches on on Lake Burley Griffin near the National Museum of Australia.
A solitary balloon, launched as part of Canberra’s Ballooon Festival,can be seen in the distance, the the city centre below.
A view of Fyshwyck, Canberra Airport and Queanbeyan taken during the first light from Mt Ainslie Lookout.
Canberra in the early morning pre-dawn, showing the Parliament House, the Parliamentary Triangle and Lake Burley Griffin.
The trees that whisper in the evening, carried away by a moonlight shadow.