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The second in a series of the Sydney University grand architecture in spring with the jacarandas in bloom.
I thought the pattern created by the mown grass worked well here too.
That’s Sydney in Australia.
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Country born & bred but now located in Sydney, Australia.
I’m fascinated by the beauty of nature & in particular Australian native flowers & landscapes. I also love colour & anything unusual.The Blue Mountains are my favourite spot at the moment.
I like the perspective on this one Michael. Nice composition.
Thanks a lot Mike.
– Michael Matthews
This is beautiful … its a classic old building. I haven’t been there for many years. My eldest brother graduated from here in geology♥
Thanks a lot Bev & thanks for the fave. I wish I’d done something practical like that in such a beautiful setting.
Very nice capture Michael.
Thanks for the compliment & fave Warren.
That’s not mown – more like manicured!! Great shot Michael!
Yes, you’re right. It’s good to see the magpie admiring the work closely too. It obviously has a love of manicured lawns, jacarandas & old style architecture.
Such a beautiful old building – great pov Michael and the Jacaranda enhances it beautifully! Great work…
Thanks Sharon. It almost looks as good as those beautiful old buildings in Tassie.
Beautiful shot Michael! Wonderful old building!
Thanks Veikko. They sure don’t make them like that anymore. The jacaranda makes it look even better.