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Gawler Place, Adelaide, South Australia.Best viewed larger.Featured in: Urban Art + Life in the City, Suburbs or Bush (Best of the Best Feature 3/9/11) + Where on Earth is This? + As Is Photography
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Ben Loveday is a photographic artist based in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, with a focus on landscape, urban and conceptual photography.Images are owned and © copyrighted by Benjamin Loveday. Use without permission is prohibited by law. All rights reserved. .
Interesting as heck
Decided to change the name of this one “Time Machine” because its like the scene from the movie based on Jules Vernes novel, where the time machine operator stops in 21st century London- this scene being the same location as his back garden in 19th century London
– Ben Loveday
Thanks Sandra- its a pity the resolution on RB is so low- I managed to get the focus spot of the stone building and the detail really gives impact in the hi res version.
great photo Ben, very well done, Sue :)
Awesome – so much to see, almost pulls my eyes in opposite directions looking at this mirror image.
Thanks Jodie. This is actually a miiror image reflected in the buildings window on the left- as opposed to photoshopped afterwards-noting the reflection of the reflection in the building facade on the right- the only editing is changing it to BW and slight recrop.
It really is a great shot Ben – it doesn’t look photoshopped as you can tell by the people on the right hand side of the car. It took me a minute to realise it was a reflection though as tricked my eye at first with so much to look at.
Great perspective, has an ominous feeling! tony
Excellent capture. Congratulations.