This sculpture is simply amazing. It's called Form of Scenery and is by Japanese artist Koichi Ishino. made of marble and stainless steel.
The first time I saw this, it didn't move me, and that's because it was a grey dawn. The following week I came back - and WOW! look at that sunrise reflected in the mirrored curve and planes! I've put more pictures of this one on Sydney Daily Photo Extra. It also reminds me of this installation in Monte Carlo.
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...to celebrate thae most magnificent of Sydney seasonal events - November's display of jacaranda blooms. They are everywhere. If you stand at a high point, whichever direction you look there is this glorious display of mauve. This tree is on my walk to the station. Here it wasin 2006, and this is what the jacarandas looked like elsewhere in 2007: click here.And here's the jacaranda in the main quad at Sydney Uni.