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The Rubik’s Cube building at Docklands.
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That is very cool. Just makes you want to work there. Pretty easy what to tell people to look for when meeting for lunch.
wow ive never heard of this building,looks fantastic i love it,love how you have captured it.
its the NAB office – pretty mad inside – I know cos i have to go and work there now and again!I am enjoying seeing your photos of docklands Erin…back there tomorrow!
Hey, wow, what do you do for them? Thanks for your comment, Ben. I’ve got a fair few more Docklands shots, I wasn’t sure whether to put many up but I think I will put some more up now.
– Erin Lyall
Good shot of the building, it crtainly si something a bit different, I’ve shot it myself too.
Great colours ! – btw I could never solve that puzzleThe buildings in Melbourne are more colourful than the ones in Sydney
Thanks Gino, neither could I.. though I have to admit I never really tried that hard. You should come down sometime, there are so many photographic opportunities.
I dont work for them , but am managing a software project for them…gotta get up 5 tomorrow to go visit them again…taking my camera this time! You have inspired me!
Haha, awesome I can’t wait to see your shots.
I have been to Melbourne about a dozen times over the years. Four times to watch the F1 GP. Never did bring my camera down with me. I would like to do some night shots down there one day.
This is the best shot of this building I’ve seen. I go past it on my bike, never with my camera :(
Wow, that’s such a compliment. Thanks so much. It’s worth taking a walk through Docklands with a camera, there’s so many photos just waiting there.
Nice version and interpretation of the docklands building Erin.