As I walked to and from the Sydney Writer’s Festival yesterday I took lots of photos so I thought I’d just share a few:

The promenade along Sydney harbour Australia

The promenade along Sydney Harbour is always full of people strolling, enjoying the ever-present sunshine and street performers (called ‘buskers’ here), festivals, and food

Old wharf building converted for performing arts, conventions, restaurants and retail usealong Sydney Harbour Australia

Old wharf building converted for performing arts, conventions, restaurants and retail use

North Sydney, as seen from the foot of the Harbour Bridge, with its waterfront amusement park Australia

North Sydney, as seen from the foot of the Harbour Bridge, with its waterfront amusement park

Walking along "The Rocks," the oldest area of Sydney Australia

Walking along “The Rocks,” the oldest area of Sydney, looking toward old brick warehouses and factories that have been converted to restaurants and shops

Sydney Australia ferry marina, with boats to almost anywhere

Sydney’s ferry marina, with boats to almost anywhere

And finally, although there have probably been a zillion photos taken of Sydney’s famous Opera House, and I’m sure these lend nothing new to the body of works, I felt compelled to add two more photos of the Opera House, one at midday and the other at sunset:

Sydney Opera House Australia

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House at sunset Australia

Sydney Opera House at sunset