BISA: City of Lights

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September 22, 2013 by tvo320

We went on a 45 minute ride watching the Santos GLNG City of Lights show from high up in the air! The show was a combination of a light, laser, water, and special effects! I was in a gondola with Remy, Fong, and Nyarai and we soon found out that someone had a fear of heights… We decided to take their mind off of that by having a photo shoot! We quickly turned that nervous laughter into a fun and more relaxed (or distracted) laughter.

When the light show finally started, I told everyone that there were real people performing in the show and no one believed me. We had a people performer debate for quite some time and I am happy to say that real people did perform in the show. I have come to realize that laser shows always have an accompanying soundtrack. They played Stravinsky and Ravel among others.

Being a Saturday night, I loved not being in the crowds and feeling like a sardine. I highly recommend going on the Wheel of Brisbane to have a more aerial view of the city when you come visit Brisbane. It’s located right in South Bank which is right next to the cultural hub with the Queensland Performing Arts Center (QPAC) and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO). You’ll find there is always something to do here. Thank you Wheel of Brisbane for an amazing evening out on the town.

If you’d like to see some of the fabulous photos from the photo shoot, click here!


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