A different view of Sydney Harbour Bridge as the city woke up to a very thick fog. It persisted for several hours, long enough to be able to capture the sun behind the upper arch of the bridge. As the East side of the Harbour was progressively clearing the bridge looked very different depending on the point of view. I chose to photograph the darkest side, and pick on a passing sailboat to give the image a sense of scale. It doesn’t matter how many times I have walked by and on the bridge, I am always impressed by this gigantic structure, and on that morning the light and atmosphere were perfect to produce an image I had long thought of.