About Anzac Bridge sunset
The MS Noordam departed Sydney an hour early. (Take a look at last week’s photo, leaving Sydney during sunset. This photo captures part of the walking path along the waterway as well as the Anzac Bridge at sunset. Leaving Sydney at sunset was an amazing experience and we were fortunate, as you can see, to have clear skies. In the foreground of this photo is a resort, backed by some of Sydney’s business district, and then the Anzac Bridge. If you’re not familiar with what “Anzac” means, it’s an abbreviation for Australia – New Zealand Army Corp., and commemorates the Australians and New Zealanders who landed at Gallipoli in World War I. Over the years, it has taken on a broader meaning to honor those who have served and died in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. We were awed at the reverence the Australians and New Zealanders give to their fellow countrymen who have fought in conflicts around the world.
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