Argyle Street, The Rocks passes beneath the Harbour Bridge approaches.

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Comments (5)

Marilyn Whiteley on December 6, 2007

Ian, what a fine photo! I've posted a prosaic companion because it shows, in a small way, the continuing power of nature even after we humans have asserted ourselves. Also I've added a church which I think is St. Andrew's Anglican Cathedral. You may be able to confirm that though you may not have seen it from quite this angle--the roof of the Park Regis Hotel! I think it also offers food for contemplation. Marilyn

michaelweiwei on December 26, 2008

http://hi.baidu.com/michaelweiwei/album/Australia

http://hi.baidu.com/michaelweiwei

Ian Stehbens on December 26, 2008

I am very happy that you enjoyed your time in Australia, Michael. From your album it seems that you must have been here to attend a secondary school in Melbourne, is that right? Did you matriculate and will you be returning tro Australia for further education?

I found your Australian album fascinating, seeing my country through your eyes. You have photos of suburban housing that is so very different from what one finds in Chinese cities, pictures of grafitti, art, stage show, trees in parks and of ocurse your visit to Sydney (Opera House, Bridge and Bondi in particular).

Where do you now live, Michael?

Thanks for your visits to my album,

Ian in Sydney

michaelweiwei on March 25, 2009

Hi Ian, Sydney is a great city to live in.I did enjoy the time there.It was soooooooooo unforgettable.Planing to pay a second visit there.BTW,is there any way i can contact u ? Have a nice day , Michael michaeljacksonlu@gmail.com

Ian Stehbens on March 25, 2009

Hello Michael,

I am pleased that my gallery has reminded you of your visit to Sydney. And if you are planning to come again I hope we can meet.

I have sent you an email indicating my welcome and my plans.

My best regards,

Ian

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