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Recently I dropped a friend off in the city. As this was in the evening, soon after I dropped my friend off I took a few photos, such as this one. Other than capturing the building, I wasn’t aiming for … Continue reading
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
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
Similar to this photo, but also different. I think this one has a better sense of depth and shows the structures a little better. I also like the brightness as it sort of makes the sails feel dry, if that … Continue reading
This is one of the recent photos I took where I was trying to have The Sydney Opera House be decontextualised whilst still appearing recognisably as itself. I think this one has it no longer being recognisably itself. That said, … Continue reading
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
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.
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
Another photo of part of The Sydney Opera House. I think this was another photo where I was trying to show the Sydney Opera House as recognisably itself without showing in the way that it is most often seen. Not … Continue reading