Each September the Brisbane CBD comes alive and the skyline is transformed into a wonderful concoction of bright lights shining from every which way upward into the stratosphere.
For anyone who knows me, or my photos, then they know that bright lights with a cityscape background will always pique my interest . Like a moth to a flame, I just can’t help myself. A photo opportunity if I ever saw one!
Brisbane Festival ran from the 7th – 28th of September, and in total I believe I frequented the light show at least five times.
- A quick self portrait between laser shows. I found the blue shaped seat and added it for reflective effect (and a place to rest).
These lanterns were a makeshift open roof for the pub below (out of shot, next photo).
The decorative lanterns above the outdoor pub.
Brisbane Airport Light Garden by Tony Assness (l bet he’s the butt of all jokes). These LEDs changed colour synchronously with music.
In the eye of the action on the green at the Santos GLNG City of Light show.
Vantage point; Cultural Centre bus terminal.
Vantage point: Southbank.
Vantage point: William Jolly Bridge.
Vantage point: Goodwill bridge.
Stomie Mills’ project. 4 metre tall pink rabbits interchangeably placed around Brisbane. This one was spotted at Kangaroo Point.
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