Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Sundowners with Henry..



Sundowners with a view, or three! Looking straight out from Henry's Rooftop bar, top floor of the new Reveley complex at Elizabeth Quay to the peak of Kings Park.. and to the left below, the sun going down over twilight sailing just beyond the Elizabeth Quay Bridge, a bit of an unexpected bonus...


To the right the city, the glow from the setting sun mirrored in the glass fronts of the high-rise along the Esplanade. You may recognize the buildings on either side of the sculpture Spanda from Saturday's post here. It looks pretty quiet down there, that's because it was only 6pm. A few hours later the quay would be filled with Fringe World and Chinese New Year revelers and I would be snuggled up at home with a cup of tea, last of the party-animals that's me :) Happy Tuesday, take care and stay safe...


31 comments:

  1. Beautiful views of Perth Grace! That's a great bar in Elizabeth Quay.

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  2. Quite a bar, and those skies are beautiful!

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  3. Okay, once again you've proven just what a fantastically beautiful city Perth is! Great photos, Grace. Thanks!

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  4. You are so very lucky to live is such a nice place!

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  5. Those sailboats are nice but that city view is spectacular. You had some great light.
    Your question about the show W1A, I think it's about two years old but I read on line that they are going to shoot another series this year.

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  6. What a great place to linger awhile and enjoy the water views. Love the sky in the first couple of photos.

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  7. That is an awesome city view! Nice images there, Grace!

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  8. A great view and a super place to relax over a drink. I'd be curled up with a cup of tea too. I'm having a cuppa right now!

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  9. Looks like a wonderful place to spend some time at the end of a long day. Make mine a G&T please.

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  10. Lovely pics. I like the way the skyscrapers reflect the evening light.

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  11. Now, I wouldn't mind sitting a while with a drink ...

    All the best Jan

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  12. What a great place for a chat and a brew.

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  13. Like Hawaii with good infrastructure!

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  14. Blue sky. What a delight.
    Coffee is on

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  16. Am I right that this is the complex that you hated so much when it was being built? Seems to have turned out OK.

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  17. Perhaps a better alternative to The Lucky Shag.

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  18. Beautiful photos. Last pic Awesome.

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  19. I like your last photo very much!

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  20. A beautiful view at the waterfronts!

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  21. Hehe, Grace, you sure could´ve guessed what I first expected of that post according to the title, huh?
    Oh, I´m no party-person, either, never was... sad, actually!

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  22. I just see the number of tabs. Seems a visit worth ! (in two years)

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  23. wow, i think this would be my favorite place...love the views, especially the last one!

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  24. Nice set of images, Grace, the 3rd is spectacular !

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  25. Looks fantastic, the rooftop bar! ( And yes, the summer temperatures too.)

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  26. On dirait * presque * Hong-Kong !

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