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    Photos of the Week: #SnapSydney

 

This week a digital image campaign called #SnapSydney was run by The Daily Telegraph and their suburban papers, asking Sydneysiders to document a day in the life of their city. Staff of Centennial Parklands got involved in sharing some scenes and moments from the Parklands.

Here were some of our entries.

8am - Corella enjoying a pond walk in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

8am – Corella enjoying a pond walk in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

 

8.30am - An ibis takes flight at Duck Pond, Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

8.30am – An ibis takes flight at Duck Pond, Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

 

9.30am - One of our mighty friends in Centennial Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

9.30am – One of our mighty friends in Centennial Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

 

11am - A gathering in Centennial Park (photo by Amy Jozing)

11am – A gathering in Centennial Park (photo by Amy Jozing)

 

12pm - John working on the Gymea Lilies in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

12pm – John working on the Gymea Lilies in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

 

1pm - Visiting the EQ Village Markets at Moore Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

1pm – Visiting the EQ Village Markets at Moore Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

 

2pm - Maintaining an ornamental pot display in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

2pm – Maintaining an ornamental pot display in Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

 

3pm - Riding in Centennial Park (photo by Ed Sanderson)

3pm – Riding in Centennial Park (photo by Ed Sanderson)

 

4pm - Black Swan on Duck Pond, Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

4pm – Black Swan on Duck Pond, Centennial Park (photo by Craig Easdown)

 

5pm - Looking down on the birthplace of modern Australia, Centennial Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

5pm – Looking down on the birthplace of modern Australia, Centennial Park (photo by Liz Pensini)

 

6pm - Good evening Centennial Park (photo by Amy Jozing)

6pm – Good evening Centennial Park (photo by Amy Jozing)

 

 

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We’d love to see your view on our parklands!

 

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