Darling Harbour n Delhi

Theme - Musings of a Wanderer 

A for Assam - The Land of blue Mountains 
B for Bangalore n Balmoral Beach
C for Coogee Beach


Darling Harbour, Sydney

My office was near Darling Harbour, every friday I used to go with my teammates for lunch to one of the many amazing restaurants near the harbour. Located near the Sydney city , Darling harbour is quite famous as tourists throng to visit Sydney Sea Life and Wax Mueseum.

In the below picture, afar you can see the Sydney Eye, located in Westfield Tower.








Delhi, India

Delhi is the capital of India. I visited Delhi two years back. There are a stange fragrance in the air from tall trees which somehow made me feel as if I wasn't a new visitor. The first thing I did was to visit all the famous historical monuments that Delhi was famous.


Red Fort







India Gate







Don't Forget to hop on to Poetry Wagon  and

Dandy Dogs Disposition

46 comments:

  1. Sydney and Delhi .. whatever the place your photos are great. waiting for more posts.

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    1. thank you so much Vikas... glad you liked them

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  2. I remember spending many evenings in Darling Harbor...And I have some gr8 memories of Red Fort too!

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    1. Glad the post brought back some memories :)
      thank you for stopping by

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  3. Beautiful and I can see the contrast. Both stunning!

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  4. lovely- Sydney is such a gorgeous modern city, but I'll take Delhi with it's ancient beauty.

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    1. that's true :) quite a contrast. Thank you for stopping by

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  5. Two of the lovely places :)

    ~S(t)ri
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  6. I am from Delhi, born and lived there first 26 years of my life. Still visit there a lot to be with family. I agree with you about that familiar fragrance in the Delhi air - a mixed bag though :) Beautiful pictures, as always!

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    1. that's great, I thought I was the only one that felt that way :D thank you so much for stopping by

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  7. Bright and beautiful pictures.. Liked them a lot.

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    1. thank you so much Jayanta. Glad you liked them

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  8. Lovely photographs! Does Darling Harbour look so clean, sparkling and rich blue to the naked eye as well?

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    1. actually it does. The water looks this blue on a pleasant afternoon

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  9. Ur pics takes me to a different world where everything is just travelling and enjoying :) Dream world :D

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    1. Awww thank you so much.. I am glad it does.

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  10. I have been to Darling Harbour, but not Delhi. The photos from both are amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much... I am you liked the pictures.

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  11. What contrasting images.. tall modern skyscrapers and then Delhi. Loved the pics.

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    1. Thank you so much Tulika... Glad you liked them.

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  12. Oh, man! These pictures are GREAT! http://www.frankiesbookshelf.com/

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    1. Awww thank you so much for stopping by

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  13. Those photos are gorgeous! Wonderful views of this beautiful place!

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  14. Beautiful pictures of both the places.Love the name, darling harbour :)

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    1. Yeah it's a different name. Thank you for writing in :)

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  15. Your clicks are so picturesque! Simply beautiful!

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  16. Love those clicks.... Was in Delhi when there wasn;t a DSLR.. Hoping to visit again soon....

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    1. It's very crowded these days. Hope you will enjoy your stay. Thank you :)

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  17. Beautiful photos...so jealous that you get to work in the city centre...

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  18. Lovely photos
    Jude visiting from the A-Z challenge

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  19. I remember feeling like I was 'home' when I first landed in my parents homeland... it had something to do with the familiar smells and faces. Darling Harbour is definitely a place I would recommend visiting, and Dehli is on my wish list http://momdiary.blogspot.dk/

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    1. Awww I am so glad it brought back these beautiful memories. Thank you so much for stopping by.

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  20. I second that.. Delhi form the heart of this country :)

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  21. Would love to see a similar parallel I food.

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