Anzac Bridge

The beautiful Anzac Bridge was originally named the Glebe Island Bridge, but in 1998 it was renamed the Anzac Bridge to mark the 80th anniversary of Remembrance Day. It is an eight-lane cable-stayed bridge that carries the Western Distributor across Johnstons Bay between Pyrmont and Glebe Island, on the western fringe of the central business district of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

I went to shoot sunrise here with a group of other photographers on this morning. I wanted to capture a nice panorama this bridge with a nice sky. As the sun rose it was grey and overcast. I wasn’t very inspired to say the least. After shooting a few frames and waiting around after sunrise looking at the grey sky, in hope of something magical to happen I started to pack up my gear.

As I had bent down to pack away my camera and lenses one of the other guys called out the skies lighting up. I looked up and what I saw was colour on the horizon. I had only seconds to play with. I grabbed my camera, quickly put it onto my tripod and started shooting. Within 1 minute this gorgeous light was gone, but I managed to capture this beautiful dramatic image.

Anzac Bridge, Sydney – SYD22

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