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A City Between Two Liquid Layers

Sydney CBD from a Boat, this is a photo of. I think that based on how the city is framed, it appears as though it’s smaller than it just so happens to be. I like that the city appears to … Continue reading

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Concord Hospital in View

Concord Hospital as seen from a view that displays a significant amount of vegetation. I like that the vegetation layers are of different plants and so much of the area in the shot seems overgrown. I also like how calm … Continue reading

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Sprawling Eastward

An eastern section of Sydney. Here we get a minor section of train line, some of The Domain, Darlinghurst, Kings Cross and a slew of other suburbs. Other than Bondi Junction, most of the taller buildings seem to be more … Continue reading

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The Public Transport Line Ride

I took this picture last year and intended to share it, but I don’t know why I didn’t. There was a large line of people waiting for a bus outside The Queen Victoria Building. I don’t know if the bus … Continue reading

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A CBD of Varying Heights

Taken from a high vantage point. Specifically, the Centrepoint Tower. I think this is a slightly odd angle, but it does give a really good idea of how the buildings are layered in this part of Sydney CBD. I like … Continue reading

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Downward

A view of part of the interior of an office building at Martin Place. I like the geometry of the layout. I think tat it makes for interesting patterns, as well as a strong sense of depth. I also like … Continue reading

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Top of the Tree Once More

This is almost the same photo as this one. However, with a different camera and a better idea of how to process photos. Also, a different angle for a different perspective. I like the original, but I think I like … Continue reading

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