This is Part 2 our Vivid Sydney 2013 experience, this time I'll share the photos we took at Darling Harbour. Note: If you missed Part 1, read our experience at Milsons Point, Circular Quay and The Rock here.
Vivid Aquatique. It is a completely immersive water theatre, combining a magic 20-metre wall of light, colour and music inspired by the fountains of Versailles. This is the first time a spectacular show of this scale has been staged in Australia . Aquatique Show International are considered to be unrivalled experts in water shows and special effects.
Other than that wonderful in sync movement of light, water to music playing, there was also a video of dancing and images shown which was projected via a water mist.
Night Blossoms. Lovely to see lighted trees all lined up on Pyrmont Bridge. There were hundreds of glistening blossoms so bright and captivating.
This reminded me of Cherry Blossoms (and you know I love Cherry Blossoms!) so I was very fascinated with the lighted trees at Prymont Bridge even if they're like the simplest light installations during Vivid Sydney.
Vivid Sydney in Darling Harbour with Friends. Very happy to share the beauty of lights at Darling Harbour with friends Faith and Rachel on Thursday and Friday nights respectively.
We missed seeing the light projections on Australian Maritime Museum but that's alright. Maybe next year, they'll have another show there.
There were light installations in Darling Harbour and Darling Quarter but we didn't take photos anymore. Congratulations are in order for this year's Vivid Sydney team for including Darling Harbour--it's about time!