This book is the culmination of 6 years (2006 – 2012) of photographing the Sydney Harbour Bridge in fog. On average you get one or two thick fogs a year on the harbour, so opportunities to capture it are limited.

At times the city of Sydney seems to disappear, swallowed up into a murky abyss, creating a blank background for the interplay of light and shadow that is created between the lifting fog & the rising sun.

It is fascinating watching the rolling fog evolve, before the sun finally comes piercing through the steel girders of the bridge, like natures welding gun firing up a flame. The perfect fusion of nature & engineering combining together in spectacular fashion.

This is the Sydney Harbour Bridge that I like to photograph.

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Image detail: Gary Ramage