Monthly Archives: April 2017

West Edmonton Mall – Edmonton (Part 7)

West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Chromatic Outlook : Canberra’s Parliament House

Chromatic Outlook (Post#33) : Canberra’s Parliament House The first stop we did after we reached Canberra was the current Parliament House located at the south apex of Capital Hill in Australian Capital Territory. The building was opened last May 1988 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  This photo is part of Canberra Day Tour June 2013 Collection. Please follow and like us:20

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Discovery : Canberra’s Parliament House – Flag Mast

Discovery (Post#14) : Canberra’s Parliament House – Flag Mast During the Parliament House Tour in Canberra, we had a chance to see its huge flag mast stand at the roof top of the building. It’s 81-metre high flag mast, one of the world’s largest stainless steel structures. This photo is part of Canberra Day Tour June 2013 Collection. The flag flown from

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It’s not Sydney, It’s not Melbourne, It’s Canberra !!!

Before I had been assigned to a project work in Australia, I thought that Sydney was the capital city of Australia. My colleague at work actually asked me, “Do you know what’s the capital city of Australia?” And I replied to him “It’s Sydney right?” and then he responded me “No”, then I answered him again, “Don’t tell me it’s

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Precious Moment In The Mountain : Mount Ainslie

Precious Moment In The Mountain (Post#25) : Mount Ainslie We reached Mount Ainslie Lookout which gave us the birds view of the capital city of Australia. And from the lookout itself, even though Canberra is a flat cit, the center of the city is situated between two mountains, namely Black Mountain and Mount Ainslie. This photo is part of Canberra Day

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View At My Window : Lake Burley Griffin

View At My Window (Post#24) : Lake Burley Griffin The lake location is almost at the center of the City of Canberra. The lake is artificial lake and named after Walter Burley Griffin, the architect who won the competition to design the city. Knowing the lake and how Canberra became a city, I just remembered another city that exactly has the

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Structure : Australian War Memorial

Structure (Post#11) : Australian War Memorial During my visit in Canberra, one of the significant structure to enjoy in this planned city is the Australian War Memorial. For me, I can say that is the center of all shrine of remembrance or war memorial across the country. A magnificent structure made to honor who died for the peace that the country

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Sydney on its Darkness

Though I had seen Sydney Harbour before, it still refreshing to witness it from dusk to nighttime. My first night in my last trip in Sydney was spent to walk around Opera House, Circular Quay and The Rocks after doing the Queen Victoria Building tour. I came from Circular Quay Station and walked towards Sydney Opera House. As expected, the vicinity area has

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People : Music and Sunglasses

People (Post#2) : Music and Sunglasses While walking towards Sydney Opera House, I saw other people enjoying the scenery in the area, while the others are just chilling with great music. Here is the snapshot of the band that was performing while I was roaming around the place. The photo is part of Sydney Walking Tour April 2014 collection. Please follow

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : The Corso

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#8) : The Corso After getting off Manly Wharf, I walked along The Corso, the main street of markets or street mall not far from wharf and looks to be a busy street when its day time. It’s like a lane ways of outdoor markets too where most people passed before reaching Manly Beach. The photo is part of Sydney Walking

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Panoramic View : Sydney

Panoramic View (Post#26) : Sydney On my way back to Circular Quay from Manly Beach, it gave me a chance to see Sydney skyline and even its Opera House to see how beautiful the city at night. While practicing night photography, I had capture a shot of the city. The photo is part of Sydney Walking Tour April 2014 collection Please

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Name of the Place : Manly Wharf

Name of the Place (Post#26) : Manly Wharf It was dark when I reached Manly Beach and because of it, I became sensitive in the time as its dark in Sydney. I don’t wanted to miss my boat going back to Circular Quay, in effect, I haven’t stayed longer in famous Manly Beach. My gateway to Manly Beach is through

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Twilight : Luna Park Sydney

Twilight (Post#8) : Luna Park Sydney While exploring night photography during my walk around Circular Quay and The Rocks, I tried to capture from a distance the one of the popular theme park available in Australia which is Luna Park Sydney which operational since 1935. The theme park has also a branch in Melbourne which recently celebrated its Centennial last

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Interior : QVB’s Stained-Glass Windows

Interior (Post#9) : QVB’s Stained Glass Windows I love interior specially, interiors of historical building. When Queen Victoria Building (QVB) has been restored to its original glory, one of the things that are noticeable is its stained-glass window at the entrance of the building at George Street. At the time of my visit, as the sun is clear outside, its

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Sydney Beaches … A Scenic Walk From Bondi To Coogee (in “We’re the Travelers”)

Hey guys, my post for Bondi and Coogee Walk has been published in “We’re the Travelers” site. This is my second post. I hope you enjoy the virtual walk. Please visit the link below. Sydney Beaches … A Scenic Walk From Bondi To Coogee   Please follow and like us:20

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