Thursday, 21 July 2016

Futuristic Sydney

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Part of the walkway


Giant me in perspex


Futuristic hotel


Raindrops on girders


Building and more building


A little monochrome to finish.


I was in the city yesterday on a drizzly overcast day. Perfect for taking photos of futuristic shiny buildings. I'd taken the train to Wynyard then walked down York Street through the walkway to King Street Wharf. It's a paradise for architecture, construction and of course reflections.
Have a good weekend everybody,
Val.






13 comments:

  1. Curious curvilinear building there at the end.

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  2. Sydney's beginning to feel like my second home these days Val what with visiting my son, wife and grandchildren three times a year 😃 It's changing all the time as well, like Perth. That last building looks more Art Deco than modern!

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    1. It's curves remind me of Gaudi's architecture.

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  3. Those are great reflections in those building's glass walls. Like the second photo with the selfie reflection.

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  4. Wonderful reflections and superb focus on the architecture.

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  5. Looks like Sydney is touched by the modern architecture fashion. I especially like the last building in the B&W photo. Thanks for showing.

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  6. Thanks everyone. Re the last building, Grace and s.c. the last building is very modern but as it is white with a white foreground it is very hard to photograph with all that glare. I will try to get more detail on a early shoot at some later stage.

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  7. Indeed it is a paradise for photography, Val. The modern architecture is really taking hold in Sydney. Love the lattice work hotel, and the last picture is genius.

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  8. You found quite a lot of interesting lines, curves and patterns here. My favourite is the monochrome ones - the people and the curves complemented each other very well

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  9. Thanks everyone. The last building is a favourite of mine, it stands out from the rest.

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