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Tag Archives: Sydney
I like seeing urban scenery at night when there are few, if any people around. There’s a sense of quietness, or stillness that comes forward, I think. A certain solitude that helps provide both feelings of a cold, uncaring landscape, … Continue reading
Another photo of part of The Archibald Memorial Fountain (previous parts here and here). When I took this photo I was trying to capture the symmetry. I think I came close to what I wanted. I like how this image … 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
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
More of ANZAC Bridge. I really like how the cables seem to be spread out as it creates this feeling of asymmetry through perspective, I think. I also like how clear the cables came through. They stick out and take … Continue reading
Part of the station at the very least. I think what this photo has a lot of is space. I think it shows and displays space well. Not sure if it makes effective use of that space. I also think … Continue reading
This sculpture is part of The J. F. Archibald Memorial Fountain. The person in this photo is (from my understanding) meant to represent Pan, but it could instead be Aristaios. There’s conflicting information so I’m going to check out the … 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