This view is just under the Harbour Bridge looking back toward the city of Sydney. Usually people will rush to the Harbour Bridge or Opera House and missed out on some great photos opportunities. Even though the view from the this part of Sydney is spectacular, but as a photographer you must look at all directions.
I have been photographed on the North side of the Harbour and it happens to be Chinese New Year Festival coming up in Sydney. The city and the Chinese community is very big in celebration of another New Year, no fireworks but not less spectacular with many cultural displays. When I was on the ferry back to Circular Quay I saw they were testing the lighting on the Terracotta Warriors. So I have to forced myself to stay longer.
I did photograph the Terracotta Warriors but didn't have a proper tripod with me so I couldn't composed the shots that I've wanted. But the shot on of the city above from a angle that I've never photograph before. The clouds in the long exposure and the moon was out makes the sky looks like daylight sky. That's the mystery of photography and it is so addictive.