Photographic impressions from near and far…
Sydney Harbor Australia • One of the worlds largest natural harbors is home to one of its greatest cities. From the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and The historic Rocks neighborhood there is so much to see and do in Sydney. Catch a convenient ferry from Circle Quay to visit harbor destinations like Darling Harbor and Luna Park (pictured above).
Using the regional transit system it’s easy to reach a number of the areas great beaches. From Manley Beach to Watsons Bay and the famous surf center at Bondi Beach.
Additionally a trip to Australia’s Blue Mountains is only an hour train ride from the Sydney Central Station.
Photographic impressions from our travels… Above: Grand Prismatic Springs. Right: The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and the lower Yellowstone Falls. Mammoth Hot Springs one of the most unusual formations on Earth The Boiling River heated by large hot springs that pour into the Gardner River Above: The Upper Geyser Basin at dusk near Old Faithful.
Traditional glass art usually involves utility, tradition, symmetry. Dale Chihuly‘s work represents a departure from traditional glass art not just in concept but in scale. Chihuly created a new way of working glass, using gravity and spinning forces to work large molten glass. Even if you don’t recognize the name you’ve probably seen his work.Continue reading “Chihuly Glass Compliments A Tropical Garden”