Vivid Sydney

Kalo menurut situs resminya, Vivid Sydney adalah: “Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations, a cutting-edge contemporary music program and the spectacular illumination of Sydney’s iconic architecture including the sails of Sydney Opera House.

Vivid Sydney is where art, technology and commerce intersect.“

Kalo kata ndu.t.yke: “Vivid Sydney adalah tambahan alasan untuk menikmati Sydney di malam hari. Parade lampu warna-warni, musik (yg agak aneh)…..” -well, I just dont get it. Kalo teman lain pengen menikmati Vivid Sydney lebih dari 1 malam, maka bagiku cukup semalam saja hehehe. Alhamdulillah, justru yg kunikmati adalah the rest of the view (diluar permainan lampu dll). Pemandangan kota Sydney di malam hari, tall modern buildings yg berdampingan dengan bangunan tua….. Keindahannya, masyaalloh…. sungguh membuatku senyam-senyum sendiri 🙂 🙂

welcome to vivid Sydney

welcome to vivid Sydney

Awalnya ngeliat ini. Kerlap-kerlip lampu warna-warni dengan musik disko. Cakep, Path-able. Kok aku malah pusing dengerin lagunya, hihihi.

my eyes! my eyes!

my eyes! my eyes!

the famous breath-taking Harbour Bridge

the famous breath-taking Harbour Bridge

Dulu sebelum berangkat kemari, pernah sekali majang hasil karya orang, foto jembatan ini dijepret di malam hari. Kupandangi keindahan foto itu. Alhamdulillah kok bisa melihatnya sendiri, langsung….. Jepret deh, hehehe.

the popular hashtag of the month

the popular hashtag of the month

The number one hashtag in Sydney these days?

my husband

my husband

Kelar melihat parade lampu di Vivid Sydney, jalan kembali ke kantor Kakak Tuan Rumah. Mobil diparkir disana. Justru pemandangan gedung-gedung tua di sepanjang berjalan kaki inilah, yg membuatku bahagia, hehehe.

not my husband

not my husband

Maap yak mister. Permisi loh, ikutan kejepret.

such a pretty view

such a pretty view

old buildings

old buildings

“Maintaining our past. There are many beautiful buildings and landmarks within the City of Sydney that need to be treasured for future generations. The City has many systems and projects in place to ensure our rich heritage is preserved.”

Red telephone box

Red telephone box

Si Abi kusuruh pose disini, nggak mau, hihihi. “Ayo Bi foto disini. Biar dikira lagi di Inggris!” “Nggak ah, elek ngene….” 😆 iya deh yg udah ngantuk, lagi kurang mood.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An example of the most common red telephone box model (K6), photographed in London in 2012
The red telephone box, a telephone kiosk for a public telephone designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom, Malta, Bermuda and Gibraltar. Despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years, the traditional British red telephone box can still be seen in many places throughout the UK, and in current or former British colonies around the world. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.

From 1926 onwards, the fascias of the kiosks were emblazoned with a prominent crown, representing the British government. The red phone box is often seen as a British cultural icon throughout the world

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