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The New Years Eve 05 Album

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Sydney Fish Market

The Sydney Fish Market is a compulsory stop when preparing for a special occasion. We are taking a seafood-shopping break at one of the many cafes. , 12/1/2005

City Lights

The city preparing for the New Years Eve festivities. Boaters are jockeying for position in the harbour and landlubbers lining the foreshore. The opera house was also an area of activity including live music as the sunsets. , 12/1/2005

A City with Heart

The theme for the Sydney New Years festival was Heart of the Harbour. The harbour is the geographical heart of the City and also the location of an amazing fireworks display. There were hearts all over the place, including a large beating heart on the bridge and numerous ships., 12/1/2005


New Years Eve revellers getting ready for the fireworks show. , 12/1/2005


Lee and Mike make some fireworks of their own. , 12/1/2005


The fireworks show was amazing. In addition to bridge-launched pyrotechnics, there was more originating from barges up and down the harbour. What even more amazing is that all were in synch., 12/1/2005


The show is just getting started, 12/1/2005


In addition to connecting two major metropolitan regions, the harbour bridge is a wonderful structure to shoot off fireworks , 12/1/2005

Going Home

After the show, thousands of boats made their way home, 12/1/2005