Golden sails in front of the Sydney CBD Skyline. Occasionally a casual snap shot on a mobile phone produces gold, well some thing that appears to be gold, let’s call them golden sails. In a twilight race at GFS Julie Small one of the crew members on Tana looked back with their mobile phone in hand an snapped this photo:
What caught our, and other’s eyes is not only the setting sun giving G-whizz’s sails a look of gold but also the relationship of the boat’s sails beside the Crown Tower (is it still called that?) at Bangaroo, a structure that has been described as a sail-like design symbolising wind and sea although the actual design is stated as “a sculptural form that is reminiscent of three twisting petals and takes inspiration from nature” . Crown Tower and G-whizz with West Point Tower between them. An Elan 340 with golden sails and two of Sydney’s prominent land marks – art.