Last Saturday Night I went to Kirribilli to shoot the sunset behind the Harbour Bridge which was kind of boring because the sky was not really interesting. So I decided to walk the Sydney Harbour Bridge and to try some clicks over there. But there was to much going on on a Saturday Night. Way to much vibrations for long time exposures. So the evening was a bit frustrating and shortly before I wanted to leave I came to one of the stone pylons at the bridge.
I've put my camera on the stone wall and in that moment it happend: a firework started right behind the Sydney Opera House. Wow that was just perfect to be at the right time in the right place. I got some really cool and sharp clicks with my Sigma 35mm Art lense and I was very lucky to got those.
Unfortunately my bike had a flat tire so I was forced to take the train back home, but it was worth it.