Sunday, March 26, 2017

Night Noodle Markets at Elizabeth Quay..



We were in the city last night to sample the many delights of the Night Noodle Markets (video) at Elizabeth Quay. It's impossible to pass up an opportunity to take a few shots of the bridge lit up at night.. to get the shot above I had to click in the one instant that there were no humans in the way :) the white specks in the sky below were birds, so many birds! 


Looking over to the city from the bridge it's not clearly visible just how many people were heartily munching away over there :)


The Duyfken has been moored and open for tours at Elizabeth Quay since November last year, she will be pulling up anchor and departing on 4th April.. pity, she looks good sitting there at the quay..


Already busy when we arrived, by the time we left it felt so good to head away from the crowds. There's a nice atmosphere at Elizabeth Quay and one of these days I will surprise you with a shot of me eating that hat I seem to remember saying I would :) but for now I'm too full of noodles.. Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe.. P.s. big catch up today..


30 comments:

  1. I like the colours of the lit bridge. The place does look busy!

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  2. Elizabeth Quay looks so pretty at night with all those lights.
    I would have been at the Night noodle markets too if we didn't have a previous dinner already booked. But it will be there a few more days...
    Have a great Sunday Grace!

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  3. Tolle Bilder von den Lichtern am Abend.

    Noke

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  4. Great night shots, Grace! I wasn't going to mention the hat! ;-))

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  5. I love noodles and would visit the noodle market if I was there :)
    The bridge looks very attractive by night!

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  6. Such a beautiful area. And it sounds like a great place too. Love the photos!

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  7. That place looks better in the dark.

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  8. Birds quickly learn that where a large number of people gather, once the crowds leave, there is very good eating. The maybe some sluggish birds, also like you, full of noodles.

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  9. Very beautiful. The ship is my favorite.

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  10. You have so many artistic venues to enjoy in your city and you and Aimee seem to take full advantage of them!

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  11. ...what a festive display!

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  12. It's even more beautiful at night than it is during the day.

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  13. wow... really nice night pictures... ew

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  14. Beautiful series of night scenes. Love the boat resting by the dock.

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  15. That looks good Grace, to walk in the evening when the city is luminous is wonderful.

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  16. Tres magnifique ! What a super city you live in! Fantastic night shots.

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  17. "Eat no evel" equals "eat a hat", Grace :-)
    Beautiful pics, I have to admit this... but the Duyfken is my fav pic! Have a great rest-Sunday!

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  18. Oh my goodness, that sounds like a fantastic and delicious event. Your night photos are simply spectacular. Such rich colors!

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  19. That first photo is a winner Grace. Looks like another fun event.

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  20. The first couple look like the Arch with very weak feet.

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  21. Great night shots of this fun event, Grace !

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  22. Love these night shots Grace and the colours within.

    All the best Jan

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  23. It all looks great at night. (I need to get out at night more often!) Isn't this the development that you hated while it was being built?

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