Sydney Harbour Bridge as seen from Circular Quay

Known locally as ‘the coat-hanger’, Sydney Harbour Bridge is an icon of Australia (kangaroos, koalas and possums excluded).
Opened in 1932, it is one of the most photographed bridges in the world and, wanting to avoid a hackneyed view, the scene here has been captured looking from the southbound platform of Sydney’s Circular Quay train station.
The digital developing process allowed the pastiche application of pseudo art deco effects.
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