February 25, 2013

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia

Photograph by Vincent Ma, My Shot

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Sydney Harbour Bridge climbers don special suits for the 2.5-hour climb. The suits are meant to blend in with the bridge and are designed not to distract passing traffic below. The climb starts from the southern end. The north shore suburb Kirribilli can be seen to the right of the bridge.

(This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)

What Makes This a Photo of the Day? The three parts of this photograph—the iron structure of the bridge, the straight line of climbers in the center, and the neighborhood below—are well balanced and present a complete scene. The blue of the climbers' jackets provide just enough color to make them stand out. —Alexa Keefe, Photo of the Day editor


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8 comments
Tatyana Akindinova
Tatyana Akindinova

всегда интересно рассматривать город с высоты птичьего полета .да и конструкция моста вызывает интерес.фото актуальное.


Jasmine Mishra
Jasmine Mishra

great photo...I've now done the climb twice, once in daylight and once at dusk....what a beautiful place and a beautiful city...

Shailesh Sharma
Shailesh Sharma

Not been there, not done that :-( , wanna be there, do that :-) 

Thresa G.
Thresa G.

Very nice.  Love the depth.

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