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Opera House Corner

Another photo of The Sydney Opera House. I feel that this still is recognisable as the building that it is if you are familiar enough with it… maybe. Admittedly that is what I feel mostly due to having taken the … Continue reading

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Differing Sizes

Another photo of Rhodes. Whilst I like the height differences in general, as well as how they affect the reflection, I really like how the two buildings with cranes around them appear to just dwarf everything, even the other large … Continue reading

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School of Business

This building designed for UTS by Frank Gehry. Parts of it have a sort of “crumpled” look, though it could be seen in other ways. It might be intended to invoke imagery of paper, though I’ve no idea if that … Continue reading

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In Slag’s Cradle

A photo of part of a building related to a blast furnace framed by the same bit of slag as seen in this photo. When I took this photo I was trying to see how using the slag as framing … Continue reading

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Old Walls

Walls part of ruins associated with a blast furnace. Now available for public viewing; something of which I have conflicted views on, but ultimately lean toward it being a positive thing as it gives more of a chance to think … Continue reading

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Rib Cage

At least, it looks a little like one. This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. I suggest checking out Leanne’s photography, as well as checking out what other people submit. A lot of what people are … Continue reading

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Facing Two Directions

More of The Sydney Opera House. With this one I think I was trying to capture the shape of these two sails together. Maybe I just liked the difference in perception of angularity. Not sure. This is my submission into Leanne … Continue reading

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Three Sails

With this photo I was trying to get a sort of layered effect with the sails. Didn’t go as well as I hoped, but there’s always next time. I hope you enjoy.

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Under a Sail

Here’s a part of The Sydney Opera House. I like seeing the underside of this sail as it shows the utilitarian aspect of the building. In part the the structure appears as though it was influenced by brutalism, which makes … Continue reading

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Between Cables Again

This is the western side of the same pylon in yesterday‘s photo. I think in some ways this image has a different feel. I think it might be a little clearer on some details, but due to the shade the … Continue reading

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