unviewsual™ sydney

unviewsual™ sydney is an exhibition of unusual views of our city’s skyline (must include Sydney Tower). Share your unique perspective: #unviewsual
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The exhibition is jointly presented by emotivate and Black Toast Cafe (43 Booth Street, Annandale, NSW)

The exhibition is jointly presented by emotivate and Black Toast Cafe (43 Booth Street, Annandale, NSW)

If you enjoy our photos, why not make your own unviewsuals. You don’t need to be a professional photographer. All you need to do is to see the skyline - Sydney Tower, aka Centrepoint, has to feature - from your unique perspective; and share your unviewsual take on this great city.

If you enjoy our photos, why not make your own unviewsuals. You don’t need to be a professional photographer. All you need to do is to see the skyline - Sydney Tower, aka Centrepoint, has to feature - from your unique perspective; and share your unviewsual take on this great city.

I was at Dudley Page Reserve waiting for the International Fleet Review fireworks. The bright orange sunset created a pure black silhouette. We turned the image into a reflection to add some extra unviewsualness. 7.30pm, 5 October 2013, from Dover Heights ©Joanna Smail

I was at Dudley Page Reserve waiting for the International Fleet Review fireworks. The bright orange sunset created a pure black silhouette. We turned the image into a reflection to add some extra unviewsualness. 7.30pm, 5 October 2013, from Dover Heights ©Joanna Smail

I sometimes ‘run the Bay’ in the morning. When I drag myself out of bed at dawn I think "what am I doing this for?" Then I see the sunrise and am glad that I'm up; it's a treat. 6.14am, 9 December 2013, from Iron Cove Bay ©Katherine McGrow

I sometimes ‘run the Bay’ in the morning. When I drag myself out of bed at dawn I think "what am I doing this for?" Then I see the sunrise and am glad that I'm up; it's a treat. 6.14am, 9 December 2013, from Iron Cove Bay ©Katherine McGrow

The city was covered in bushfire smoke that day. I’d never really noticed the wool store building before, but I like how it adds depth and draws the eye to the illuminated Sydney Tower and the clouds. 6.14pm, 17 October 2013, from Pyrmont ©Elly Rose

The city was covered in bushfire smoke that day. I’d never really noticed the wool store building before, but I like how it adds depth and draws the eye to the illuminated Sydney Tower and the clouds. 6.14pm, 17 October 2013, from Pyrmont ©Elly Rose

I'd just queued in a long line at the Night Noodle Markets when I saw the lanterns. They seem to be floating or tied to an unknown point in the sky. I like how the lights of Sydney Tower are just peeking through. 9pm, 16 October 2013, from Hyde Park ©Tammy Been

I'd just queued in a long line at the Night Noodle Markets when I saw the lanterns. They seem to be floating or tied to an unknown point in the sky. I like how the lights of Sydney Tower are just peeking through. 9pm, 16 October 2013, from Hyde Park ©Tammy Been

I’d just been to see Death of a Salesman, which left me feeling a bit dark and brooding. I thought the promise of the bright city lights in the distance versus the reality of the dingy street reflected the play quite well. 4.49pm, 7 July 2012, from Belvoir Street, Surry Hills ©Lesley Hoye

I’d just been to see Death of a Salesman, which left me feeling a bit dark and brooding. I thought the promise of the bright city lights in the distance versus the reality of the dingy street reflected the play quite well. 4.49pm, 7 July 2012, from Belvoir Street, Surry Hills ©Lesley Hoye

I often walk from Rose Bay to Bondi via Dudley Page Reserve. From the footpath you can only see the very top of Sydney Tower, if you turn your head at the right moment. 3.31pm, 31 August 2012, from Dover Heights ©Lucy Butcher

I often walk from Rose Bay to Bondi via Dudley Page Reserve. From the footpath you can only see the very top of Sydney Tower, if you turn your head at the right moment. 3.31pm, 31 August 2012, from Dover Heights ©Lucy Butcher

We were at the 'Outpost Project', an exhibition that covered Cockatoo Island in street art. I like the incongruence of the art and the industrial setting, and the Tower peaking over the back. 1.30pm, 19 November 2011, from Cockatoo Island ©Katherine McGrow

We were at the 'Outpost Project', an exhibition that covered Cockatoo Island in street art. I like the incongruence of the art and the industrial setting, and the Tower peaking over the back. 1.30pm, 19 November 2011, from Cockatoo Island ©Katherine McGrow

My husband and I were at the mirror installation from Art & About Sydney. I like how the trees and buildings in the background and the mirror almost align. It makes you look twice to figure out what's going on. Midday, 29 September 2013, from Hyde Park ©Tammy Been

My husband and I were at the mirror installation from Art & About Sydney. I like how the trees and buildings in the background and the mirror almost align. It makes you look twice to figure out what's going on. Midday, 29 September 2013, from Hyde Park ©Tammy Been

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