Reflection of a building provides a distorted view of the world. The shape of the windows and the features on the facade of the reflected building help to exaggerate the distortion.

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Camera – Canon 350D
Lens – 24-85mm USM
Focal length – 60mm
Exposure – Apeture Priority
Aperture – f/8
Shutter – 1/200 seconds
ISO – 400

© Andrew Brown

Urban and Architecture
Panorama
Landscape
Portraiture
Macro

Tags

abstract, architecture, city, distorted, melbourne, reflection, street, tree, urban, window

I am a Melbourne based photographer drawn to the urban landscape, street photography and the lines and repetition found in architecture. For more about Andrew Brown Photography visit the website and blog. I drop the occasional tweet on Twitter @ABrownPhoto so follow along.

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Comments

  • Michael Kienhuis
    Michael Kienhuisabout 7 years ago

    What a find with such richness and retro shapes! I LOVE this! M:>

  • rOzart
    rOzartabout 7 years ago

    Love it…nice work Andrew

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownabout 7 years ago

    Thanks Michael and rOzart. I appreciate your comments very much.

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 7 years ago

    Ooo….this is great, Andrew!

  • Louise Cooke
    Louise Cookeabout 7 years ago

    Great image! Awesome patterns and colour :)

  • georgesorfanou
    georgesorfanouabout 7 years ago

    reflection and colors just great

  • Kitsmumma
    Kitsmummaabout 7 years ago

    Nice spotting and great capture Andrew, and I love the title. Like the way the colours change in the distorted reflection! I really miss interesting, tall buildings.

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownabout 7 years ago

    Thanks Mel, Louise, georgesorfanou and Sylvia. Thankyou all very much

  • Anne van Alkemade
    Anne van Alkemadealmost 7 years ago

    So cool. I think looking at the real thing would give me a headache. Nice one Andrew. I see what you mean re your portfolio – I would call it ecclectic! You’ll find after a while that you have more of one genre than any other and that would be your specialty I suppose. Look forward to seeing more.

  • Jennifer Resemius
    Jennifer Resemiusalmost 7 years ago

    This is brilliant! I love it!

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