Monday, June 22, 2009

Monday AMuse





See Smart Light Sydney for more on this light art show.
Originally seen on sydney-city.blogspot check out his blog for more.
Imagine walking around the Harbour and seeing the 'sails' change...
Too bad it is over and we all missed it.

20 comments:

  1. Extremely cool. Beyond cool. I love it. Wish we would do that here. We're so boring.

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  2. Wow! I'm finding more and more reasons to travel to Australia! Really cool!

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  3. How spectacular! They look like earth images.

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  4. what fun shots of this beauty

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  5. Very cool! how did they do that?!

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  6. You find the most amazing photos!

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  7. Yeah...... I would love to go there.

    Love your teapots in the last post.

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  8. What about Niagara Falls? They do a pretty good light show there, don't they?...okay, Syndey Oprah House it ain't, but still...

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  9. Sorry, NF does not even come close, XUP.

    And there is some sortof light show on City Hall in Toronto for Nuit Blanche, but that too does not compare.

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  10. Oh, that's really cool. I've only seen it in white!

    Love the teapots below.

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  11. Violet

    how colourful - I will have to look up the link



    Happy Days

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  12. Thank you for showing us - first I thought that it was you how have colored them on FS. MB

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  13. That would have been wonderful to see!

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  14. A truly fantastic way to display art. I think the best viewing would be aerial, as in your photo. Appreciate you sharing this!

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  15. I had lunch there one day, and had a laugh at the sign stating "Meals stolen by seagulls will not be refunded"....I have been eternally ggrateful for that!

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  16. Amanda, that is too funny!!

    And maybe views from the Bridge would be good, but probably aerial views would be better than from the street.

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  17. i'd love to head over to sydney & see this one day :)

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  18. How interesting. I'll have to look at this fella's blog.

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