Blue Hour With Harbour  -  This location is well known as McMahons Point and locals also call it Blues Pt. 


Bit of interesting history behind the name - Blues Point


Blues Point was named after Billy Blue, a convict who arrived in Sydney on the Minorca on 14 December 1801, transported for stealing a bag of sugar. When he arrived in 1801 he only had two years of his sentence left and he was soon working on the harbour with boats and selling oysters. His friendly manner and humorous conversation made him popular and he became a notable local character.


In 1807, was the only person licensed to ply a ferry across the harbour. Governor Macquarie named him "The Old Commodore" and he ran his ferry dressed in a blue naval officers coat and top hat. His ferry service grew to a fleet of 11 vessels, and in 1817, Governor Macquarie granted Billy Blue 80 acres at what is now Blues Point.


There are a lot of Blues in this story and I love to name this beautiful image - "Blue Hour With Harbour", captured during the blue hour / early morning on 5-Jan-2021.


This Beautiful Panoramic Sunrise Image will be part of the Limited Edition Collection.


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Blue Hour With Harbour

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