Chapel Street, in the Melbourne suburb of Prahran, is one of those eclectic strips that is synonymous with art, high fashion, creativity of all kinds, a cafe lifestyle and a defining, edgy culture. (392 views on 28 May 2011.)
When I posted it on my blog some months ago, I mentioned that I only noticed the skewed reflection in the right-hand window after I had taken the shot.
I do not crop or post-edit my images. Shot in April 2008 with a Pentax K100D, using a Sigma 18-125mm lens. F6.7, 1/250 sec, ISO 200, focal length 75mm.
Challenge Winner, THE COLOURFUL FACADE, June 2009
Featured in FULL-FRONTAL FACADES, May 2009.
Featured in UNIQUE BUILDINGS OF THE WORLD, May 09.
Featured in STREET PHOTOGRAPHY & PHOTOJOURNALISM, May 09.
Featured in FEATURED ONLY, May 2009.
Top 10, UNIQUE BUILDINGS OF THE WORLD Challenge, September 2009.
Featured in SUPERBLY VISUAL, May 2010.
Featured in WALL OF THE WORLD, June 2010.
Featured in AUSTRALIA: FROM THE OUTBACK TO THE COAST, June 2010.
Featured in BRICKS, BLOCKS, TILES AND MOSAIC MANIA, January 2011.