Both house and bridge of Sydney’s harbour watch over guests, ensuring no occlusion precludes access to area’s culture and charm.

A porpoise breaks water by the pier while, down the street, water breaks for mum in accouchement, birthing newest mate Down Under.

Events draw crowds from around the bay; while all are welcome to play, it scenes may require persons to either serry or make way.

Sea-side city sees selfs stroll and sails sail; taps on pavement–or deck–are like tapotememt, enlivening both spirit and circulation of life. : )

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