The VIVID light festival in Sydney has just finished for another year.
Although it was on every night for a couple of weeks, we left it until the final Saturday before taking a look. Seems like the rest of Sydney had the same idea, as it was packed around Circular Quay.
There were lighting installations from Customs House down to Dawes Point under the Harbour Bridge, but we mainly hung around the Quay area.
This is the facade of the original Museum of Contemporary Art building.
This is the front of the new MCA wing, with lighting of handprints:
The Opera House 3D projections by Urbanscreen:
Giant chandelier and light art sculpture at Campbell's Cove:
And finally, the Harbour Bridge doesn't need special lights to make it picture-perfect: