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View from Kirribilli House by Antoine de Paauw

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One of my favourite shots taken with my 6 pixel pocket camera. Photographed from Kirribilli House during the reign of John Howard.

Occasionally the doors of Kirribilli House are thrown open to the public to view the premises and also to show them what a decent piece of real estate can be like.

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ant1design, antoine, harbour, house, kirribilli, opera, sydney

Comments

  • Melanie Atkins
    Melanie Atkinsabout 6 years ago

    nice shot

  • Thanks Melanie.

    – Antoine de Paauw

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleabout 6 years ago

    This is one of the better shots of the OH I have seen lately – such depth, helped no doubt by your wonderful framing with the tree.

  • Thank you, yes nature can be quite obliging. ‘Move just a little to the right please and could you raise that branch a bit?’

    – Antoine de Paauw

  • johno4280
    johno4280about 6 years ago

    Awesome shot, fantastic framing, thought maybe you were best friends with someone!

  • If that were the case I think I would be showing you sunrises and sunsets from this position!

    – Antoine de Paauw

  • Farmncamera
    Farmncameraabout 6 years ago
    I think that our pocket cameras get short shrift at times……but here is the evidence that they can do some grand work! Plus a great eye for framing, and the clouds are a pleasant effect, from the normal blue sky! Just wonderful!! :) xx
  • Thanks Elaine. Yes, you’re right, especially once you’ve been spoilt with bigger and better devices. Still keep it close at hand though. Better than a mobile phone but then again, give it few more years and even that will change.

    – Antoine de Paauw

  • Philip Golan
    Philip Golanabout 6 years ago

    The clouds and fog have added to the overall framing that you have created here. Well done.

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