Another photo from inside the magnificent 333 Collins Street in Melbourne, Australia.
What a gorgeous piece of architecture!
Nikon D60 (Sigma 10-20mm) ISO 800 • f/9 • 1/8sec • 11mm (handheld)My bubblesite
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you have an eye for balance and symetry…nice work
As do you!! Yes, it appeals to my sense of order :) :) :) Thanks, Richard!
– Mieke Boynton
Beautiful Mieke! Great work with capturing the reflections!
Thank you! It wasn’t quite so obvious until I switched it to B&W… but I knew that when I took it. I love that B&W really emphasises tonal differences!
Classy and classic.
Brilliant Image Mieke!Symetry, light, b&w, sharpness…all perfect.lg Uwe
Thank you so muh, Uwe!! :) :) :)
Excellent reflections and great perspective, love it in B&w :o)x
So so beautiful! Love the gloss!
Thanks Mel :)
Very… breathtaking… wow.
Nice work! A “Fave…” for me!
Thanks again, Anita!
Class all the way when it comes to your work and this is no exception Mieke!
:) :) :) :) Thanks so much, Nic!! Melbourne’s a great place for B&W architectural shots!