Tag Archives: urban

MLC

A building. I love how this photo turned out. The shading makes a lot of the details and structure really just stand out and feel so much more prominent. I like the way the MLC building appears to frame everything … Continue reading

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Side by Side

Two watercraft, side by side, heading in the same direction, and so on. I like the direct comparison between these two boats. You can directly see their difference in utility and design. I also like the simplicity of the scene. … Continue reading

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Framework

More underside of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Another photo taken whilst walking around taking photos. I think that this makes for an interesting pattern, with some nice detail. You get a sense of the strength of the structure without it … Continue reading

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A Pier, A Ship

A couple of days ago I was walking around The Rocks and so I took a number of photos as I wanted to talk photos whilst walking around The Rocks. Here’s one of those photos. I think that the clouds … Continue reading

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Space in the Cluster

A selection of buildings as seen in Sydney CBD, but from a higher vantage point than usual. I really like the clarity of this photo. Everything looks really crisp and sharp (I think), but not to the extent where it … Continue reading

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Sprawling Westward

Part of the western expanse as seen from Darling Harbour. I think that it’s interesting how in this photo you get a good sense of the scale and scope of the area. There’s quite a lot within the confines of … Continue reading

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Train Doors in Motion

I can’t remember if these were opening or closing. I suspect that these doors were opening, based on where the light falls. There’s not much to say about this photo. I like trains. I think that (to an extent) they’re … Continue reading

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