Coloured lights inside one of the caves.
From Two Trips to Jenolan Caves
‘The Bishop’, looking towards ‘the wedding party’ (I think).
Formations in a cave.
Tourists photographing a broken column within a cave.
A couple looking up a long antique ladder (not now used, at least by the large open-access tour groups) in the ‘Cathedral’ chamber within the Jenolan Caves system.
Shawls in Jenolan Caves.
Shawl formations at Jenolan Caves. The smaller spindly formations on the ceiling are called helictites, and the cave guides go to great lengths to explain that there is no consensus about how they are formed.
John and James about to go into the Binoomea Cut, the entrance/exit tunnel for many of the public caves at Jenolan Caves.
John and James.
John at Echo Point.
The Three Sisters, this time during the day in the summer.
Glimpses of Lake Lyell.
The Tarana Road, leading to Sodwalls.
Steps down through one of the caves.
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Inside one of the caves.
Spot ‘St Paul’s Cathedral’ and ‘the Coke Bottle’.
Extensive stalactite formations.
Rising out of the Coach House in Jenolan Caves.
Inside the Great Arch at Jenolan Caves, through which runs the road to Caves House.
Seen along the Jenolan Caves Road.
The Blue Mountains from Echo Point.
Panorama view of the Three Sisters and the surrounding scene at dawn, as seen from Echo Point in winter.
The Overseas Passenger Terminal.
From Vivid Sydney 2012
Many of the buildings around Circular Quay were involved in light displays.
This view across Circular Quay from the Opera House lets you see the projectors installed on the Overseas Passenger Terminal.
Ethereal fish on tricycles were frequently moving around the Circular Quay area during the Vivid Sydney festival.
A magenta chandelier in front of the Park Hyatt Hotel.
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Visitors examine a big red plastic igloo.
Beams of light cast by massive projectors on the Overseas Passenger Terminal onto the Opera House.
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Some of the surrealist projections on the Opera House.
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An ever-changing projection of flowers inside the Argyle Cut.
A view across Circular Quay where a large bulk of the displays was situated.
From Taronga Zoo, 24th April 2012
Giraffes coming out with the sun.
As the heavy rain started to fall the elephants leaped into the pool in their enclosure for a bit of a paddle.
Raiyanne, Tasneem, and Baby each displays a different attitude to the falling rain.
Elephants in the rain.
Baby, Tasneem, Raiyanne.
‘It’s got its trunk up. That means good luck.’
Pierre and John-Paul. Not a crumb of cake in sight.
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From Christopher’s Third Birthday Party, 24th June 2012
‘Never mind the cake, I just want to get to the cars…’
Filling the lungs.
Lighting the candles.