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Wandering the streets of Brisbane at dusk. As the sun went down the lights began to flicker on. Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland, Australia.
Canon EOS 400DTamron 18-270mm lensExp 3.2 secs, f/14, ISO 200, focal length 35mm.
brisbane, treasury casino, dusk, building, architecture, street, queensland, australia, jordan miscamble
Wow! This is GORGEOUS Jordan, love the light and dark, the colour is superb!
So quick Berns! Thankyou so much for the fave and supportive comments! I’m going to attempt more architectural photography on my walkabouts.
– Jordan Miscamble
I love Architectural Photography, but people keep getting in the way and distracting me, plus, I suck at it!
I was inspired to do more and practice after watching a documentary a couple of nights ago. It was about an Australian architectural photographer – John Gollings.
Cool colors:) Soon I’ll be on a continent with more (diverse) architecture:)
Thanks for the fave and popping in Rene! Where are you at the moment? I think you told me before but can’t remember.
I’m in China at the moment. You’d think there would be plenty of cool architecture, right? Well, there is, but not in the cities. Kunming, the city I’m in has a population of around 4-6 million people. Not quite a village:)European architecture is practically non-existant here (except some in Shanghai). I will be moving to Europe later in the year, which will make for a change in my subjects for sure:)
Great image Jordan; could you consider adding it to the In and Around Brissie Group?
Thanks for the visit! Shall do, I was just considering removing some of the older photos from the group to make room.
Great capture Jordan. I love the colour and composition.
Hi Geoff! Thanks for popping in, much appreciated.
You’ve done a great job here Jordan with the different tones of the building. It’s great to see some Brissie shots to make me feel homesick, when I’m away. Cheers, Graham.
Thanks Graham. I appreciate your supportive comments.
Love the purple-ly pinks on this. Nice shot.
Hi Bree! It does change colours but seems whimsical at best. No rhyme or reason to it. Thanks for the supportive comments and visits.
Thanks very much for the feature!
A big thanks for the fave too!!