Quiet QVB

I had planned on doing a bit of writing today but after work I left my room and engaged in an hours-long conversation and am now just wanting to rest, but also wanting to get a photo up here, such as this one.

This was taken yesterday morning whilst wandering around the city before putting my camera in for servicing.

It’s not necessarily uncommon to see this floor mostly devoid of people, but it’s still interesting to see, especially given the current circumstances.

To be fair, this isn’t showing the area the most clearly but there still is a sense of emptiness, I think.

Other than that, I like the warm and mostly gentle lighting, as well as the geometry in the scene.

I hope you enjoy.

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5 Responses to Quiet QVB

  1. fotoeins says:

    Wow, I‘ve never seen the QVB this empty. I‘ve good memories hanging out here for photo opps. Also, there was a German bakery down in the lower concourse which when I last visited was run by Bavarians; they even had a roll stuffed with poppy-seed paste, just like in Germany.

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    • From time to time this floor in particular does get empty, though not with the closed stores of course.

      The lower floor still had some people moving through it, though nowhere near as much as usual, and the upper floors were closed off.

      Regarding a bakery, I’m pretty sure there is still one there, though not 100% as I headed up pretty quickly and it’s been a while since I’ve frequented the Town Hall area, but the next time I’m in I’ll look for it.

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