The Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne taken from the side the building coming in from the left is the entrance to the visitors centre.
The foundation stone was laid on 11 November 1927, and the Shrine was officially dedicated on 11 November 1934, (Remeberance day).
The shrine stands in the royal botanic gardens on StKilda rd and standing on the top stairs offers an uniterupted view of the Melbourne skyline.

6 shots at +/- 1 EV Processed in photmatix and finished in photoshop

Canon EOS 7D
Canon 10-22mm lens at 10mm
ISO-100, f/11.3, 6 exposures
Tripod mounted


schrine, remembrance, melbourne, victoria

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  • julie08
    julie08over 2 years ago

    Fantastic :)

  • Thanks Julie.

    – collpics

  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellover 1 year ago

    interesting sky and perspective.

  • Thanks Mary the sky is the HDR effect combining the 6 images with the movement of clouds causes this, and POV is easy as the Shrine is on a small hill and has a path ringing it. It always pays to walk around your subjects.

    – collpics

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