Though we've now seen some truly dazzling light installations at this year's Vivid Sydney, there's still one we wanted to highlight. Photographer Peter Greig designed and curated one section of the festival – the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct Light Walk. There you could find a gorgeous work conceptualized and designed by artist Anna Meister. Umbrellas were strung together and then lit up to create a sparkling igloo! The dome-shaped structure glowed in the night, welcoming those visiting to be, temporarily, whisked away to another world.
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