Vivid Sydney 2017 is finishing up tonight - it's an absolutely incredible festival. Whoever thought of illuminating Sydney in winter is genius. It's just so amazing.
I hadn't been able to make it to Vivid for quite a few years, and it's grown in leaps and bounds since my last visit. I was thrilled to be able to join some friends to go to Vivid at the Zoo when I had a quick trip to Sydney recently.
You entered Taronga under a beautiful green canopy.
Some are huge.
All sorts of creatures. All are fabulous.
I think the crocodile was one of my favourites. It was absolutely huge, and yet the same size as the largest salt water crocodile ever recorded!
Leaving the Zoo we watched the amazing projection on the Heritage Building.
We caught the ferry back into the city after walking down Bradley's Head Road (FYI that's not safe in the dark, there's no footpath, and there's lots of buses).
But it was a great way to ease into Vivid in the city. Projections abound. On the bridge pylons.
On the Opera House
and the Museum of Contemporary Art
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