A rerouted Hickron Rd snakes through the middle of construction of the upcoming Barangaroo Sydney Metro station.
Where does the artwork begin, and where does it end?
The newly refurbished Archibald Memorial fountain at Hyde Park.
Stairway at the new North Building extension of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, overlooking the art garden.
A black monolith in the backgrounds looks ominous against a field of flowers.
Four different marine vessels cruising past the iconic building.
A man swimming in Parsley Bay, as seen from the bridge.
This optical illusion makes it seem as if Sydney Harbour is slowly draining away into a tiny outlet.
A mynah bird balancing on a bush.
Also known as “houseleek” or sempervivum, this is a succulent plant that tends to grow in clusters, with a beautiful yellow flower.
I noticed this cat staring at me from a tin roof somewhere near Callan Park.
A dish under the heater lamp, ready to be served at The Grounds of Alexandria.
A micro flower blooms at the end of a stalk at Mt Annan Botanic Garden.
This scene of birds perched up on a tree near St. John’s Anglican Church in Parramatta eerily reminds me of Alfred Hitchcock’s film “Birds.”
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.