Inside and Outside the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1/1/17

Sydney was quiet after the fireworks on New Year’s Eve so my friend Lucy and I headed for The Rocks to visit the MCA.  Outside along the shore was the ubiquitous cruise ship, dwarfing the Harbour Bridge.  A guitarist entertained us with classics and his own composition, drawing a crowd.


We strolled through the gallery, stopping occasionally to take in an arresting item or two,  recorded some images (sometimes through the windows) then enjoyed lunch at the MCA Café on its sculpture terrace.  We ate ice-cream while listening to the busker who sold countless CDs, one of which went into my pocket.











About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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9 Responses to Inside and Outside the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1/1/17

  1. Dalo 2013 says:

    Seeing a city after a holiday is always a bit fascinating, as gone are the tourists (even with your cruise ship crowd!!) and there is a more raw, simple feel of the city I like. This is the feeling I have looking at how you’ve shared Sydney…and makes me want to walk those streets as well. Cheers to a great 2017, may it bring you great health and success Mary.

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  2. arlingwoman says:

    What a nice museum space. Thanks for the tour. It’s good to have you blogging again, Mary!

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  3. Thanks for the tour, Mary. Stay well

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  4. angela1313 says:

    Sounds like you got your new year of to a decent start. Those cruise ships have gotten enormous. I am afraid it’s not my idea of fun.

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