Pyrmont wharf is a quiet location with fantastic views over the Sydney city skyline. Five minutes too far of a walk for most of the tourists the wooden wharf is top spot for after the sunset photography. Sunsets are great too, but instead of catching the star itself you will enjoy reflections of colourful sky in many of the Sydney CBD glassy buildings. Sounds of clinking glasses and chatter from the balconies of wharf apartments behind will add to the feel of Sydney’s relaxing lifestyle while rare, but dedicated local runners will test sturdiness of the tripod. Wide lens is handy to capture the mass of Darling Harbour waters and their silky smooth multi-coloured light shades. Ferry-waiting patience in the dark could prove useful in getting some interesting lighting effects over the water and striking light traces on long exposures. Location is quite often windy, so be prepared to get your windshield on.