I never seen the Sydney Harbour Bridge disappear into the clouds. I though I was in San Francisco for a moment when I was there watching the moving clouds blanket the famous coat hanger. I have seen photo of fog under bridge but never a bridge itself totally cover by clouds.
I took time lapse photos as well but you have to wait to see that. I'm collecting the timelapse photos from around Sydney to create an epic feature film based on timelapse and hyper lapse only. I've just added another 20 seconds to my collection. How long it going to take me? I don't know, it is on-going personal project that I'm committed to do. Maybe I'll publish my work on day, but enjoy the process of capturing and editing time lapse sequence, but it's an effort for each clip.
Where was this taken? It's on top of Sydney Circular Quay Station. There is a walkway up there and it's called Cahill Walk. One of the most spetacular view of the Harbour from there and no tourists know about it. Don't tell anyone okay, just keep it between us. :)
I usually take selfie of but this particular day I though I do something different and share a story that I was there. Check out the photo below and you might guess the effort I've gone through to bring you some of the photos on this blog. And by the way that was 20-30 minutes before the freakish clouds blanket the bridge.