Milsons Point wharf

Less is more...

That was what came to my mind when looking at this image. Unlike other images, notice that the Sydney Harbour Bridge, blue skies and palm trees are the most prominent features in this photo print. 

Sydney Harbour Bridge from Milsons Point wharf

It was nice revisiting and recapturing familiar spots in a different way. Since the sky was so clear and beautiful, I decided to take out my wide-angle lens, which allows me to capture a wider field of view than my vision.


Why I love this image of Sydney Harbour from Milsons Point wharf?

I love how this image isn't overly cluttered. In other words, there are only 3 things that stand out in this image: the palm trees, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the crisp-looking blue skies. That's why the good old saying 'less is more' perfectly describes this image. I feel the palm trees add a subtropical feel as well. 

Even though the Sydney Opera House is in the background, I think it's lovely to be able to include it in this image since it's another Sydney icon. I could see myself recapturing this scene with a few more clouds. I think the few extra clouds would add more character to my next image. That's my next project.


Other nearby highlights

  • Sydney's Luna Park located near Milsons Point wharf 
  • the scenic Lavender Bay walk which includes the Lavender Bay wharf and miniature sculptures of classic Australian cartoon characters
  • the famous Kirribilli markets held on alternate weekends that sells locally-made arts and crafts, foods and pre-loved items. At this time, they're not run due to the current lockdowns. But it's something to keep on eye out for when things open up
  • Bradfield Park (under the Sydney Harbour Bridge) - a great picnic spot


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Check out my other blogs on seeing Sydney Harbour from different vantage points.


Love Karen

About Let There Be Life Photo

Karen is the creative founder and photographer of Let There Be Life Photo who loves capturing Sydney and creating happy memories of her hometown. She turns beautiful images into wall art prints for Sydney lovers. If you love this pic, check out more of her photos featuring Blues Point and McMahons Point, Kirribilli and Lavender Bay in Sydney.

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