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The extraordinary roof of Southern Cross Station, Melbourne.
Featured in Shapes and Patterns,Architecture & Street Art &Abstract Lines.
Nikon D7000, 18-200 VR II
southern cross, roof, station, shapes, flow, georgie hart, black and white
Photography for me is a way of trying to make sense of the world, or at least to slow down and look at things a little more closely.
So cool. Great work
Thanks heaps Joy :)
– Georgie Hart
Love it, love it, love it, Georgie!!! Fantastic shapes and patterns and love the monotone.
thanks Merrilyn, I spent a couple of minutes on Saturday having a play – funny how much I used to hate certain contemporary architecture but now am often drawn to it
Both of these are fantastic Georgie, love the shapes and patterns and the tones/light are superb :)
you’re so kind Trish, thanks heaps for the lovely comments
superb piece…good camera work:))
not sure how I managed to have it on aperture priority but at least the camera had a vague idea what it was doing!
Excellent capture Georgie!!
thanks ever so much Gail
So eye-catching!!…Mesmerising in fact!…A super duo, beautifully done Georgie!!!…(What camera did you say it was?:))
haha shush ;)
Meant to say love the title! :)
thank you :)
beautiful tones and composition georgie
thanks so much Simone, I appreciate your comments
beautiful light and tones in this marvellous semi-abstract G!
thanks Harry, it was one of the only parts of the city we could shoot on Saturday without risk of rain!
I like this! Does indeed look warped. So if on aperture priority, what ap is this, if I might ask? Love both shots!
Thanks Jan! It was probably on some ridiculous aperture, let me check… hmm seems to be f/5.6
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