Australia's largest city, Sydney, has been hit by a storm of red dust and high winds, shrouding landmarks including the harbour bridge. Jinky Hunter was snapped by her husband Martin on Balmoral Beach at 0700 Wednesday (2200 BST Tuesday)...
Stieve De Lance says the Sydney Harbour Bridge is barely visible.
The barque James Craig in Darling Harbour in Sydney during the dust storm. Photo: Anthony Grant
Travelling across the Anzac Bridge. Photo: Martin Allan
Kirsty Ainsworth: "The beach this morning (what you could see of it) outside my house in Maroubra (Eastern Beaches, Sydney). The wind seemed to clear everything up by early afternoon - everyone's cars are still caked in orange dust though."
Jochen Schweitzer in Surry Hills: "My wife woke me up - the sky looked like it was from Mars - amazing colours."
The view from Balmain East facing Sydney Harbour Bridge at 0600 Wednesday (2100 Tuesday BST). Photo: Emma Norgrove
Bhaumik Patel: "I took this photo on my way to work. People were having breathing difficulties and it was really windy."
The familiar shape of the Sydney Opera House looms out of the dust storm. Photo: Matthew White
An eerie red haze at Neutral Bay. Photo: Joshua Kerr
Looking out towards the Harbour Bridge and Luna Park from Mark Khademi's balcony in Milsons Point.
Gareth Bishop's initial thought was that a bush fire was causing the orange glow in Manly...
...which had spread across Manly beach...
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