Caramel Ocean by Andrew Paranavitana

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The flowing overhead of Southern Cross Train Station, Melbourne

The Compact Group Image Of The Week – April 21st 2010

Featured in Architecturally Dreaming Journal

Featured in Live Love Dream
Featured in Architecture & Cityscapes
Featured in Just Lines
Featured in Natural Colour & Light
Featured in #1 Artists Of Redbubble
Featured in The Art Of Math

Top 10 in Charity Calendar Challenge No. 4 of 4
Top 10 in Lines Challenge
Top 10 in Give Us Math In Architecture Challenge

Canon 50D
18 – 55 58mm
f4.5, 1/25, ISO 1600

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Slight adjustment of saturation and hue.
edit: Original photo replaced with DSLR shot of same architecture – June 2010

MCN: C86FE-B55CF-6752D

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Andrew is a Melbourne born, independent photographic artist who has exhibited and sold works globally.

Recreating the world as we forgot it..

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  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 5 years ago all the lines!

  • Thanks very much Kim :)

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Ann  Palframan
    Ann Palframanover 5 years ago

    Awesome perpective…love the title and the abstract feel to this one, Andrew:)

  • Thanks Ann! I’m really happy with how this one turned out, a lot more abstract than I hoped it would!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • driftindreamin
    driftindreaminover 5 years ago

    wonderful flowing effect did yo try turning it upside down?


  • Thanks Mike! Haven’t flipped the pic at all yet,will give that a go and put up the result. Cheers!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 5 years ago

    I really love this ,, beautiful light & shade lighting,,,the eye is drawn to those lovely golden curved triangular grids,,,the black support beams gives this type ofarchitecture an optical illusion ,,, in other words there’s movement in the ceiling space,, Or maybe it’s how you brilliantly captured this purposely to give it that exact mood,,,, almost forget,,, Congratulations on the feature,, so well deserved,, so glad others appreicate your art as I do,,, cheers

  • Thanks so much Maria! What a huge compliment!!! i have wanted to capture this overhead structure for a very long time, always something that grabbed my eye when I went past it. So happy you like this one, proving to be one of my favourites too :) Thanks for all the support!!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Franco De Luca Calce
    Franco De Luca...over 5 years ago

    Congrats on your well deserved feature -outstanding photo!

  • Thanks so much Franco!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Ron Fitzgerald
    Ron Fitzgeraldover 5 years ago

    Great image well done

  • Thanks very much Ron :)

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Pamela Bates
    Pamela Batesover 5 years ago

    You have such a great eye!! Fantastic work!!

  • Thanks so much Pamela!!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicover 5 years ago

    Caramel indeed,,,, perfect title,,, it flows, swirls,,,,fabulous shot,, congrats!!!!

  • Thanks very much Linda!!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 5 years ago

    congratulations on the feature,,, this must be getting “old hat” for you now,,,,lol

    You Rock

  • Hahaha, lost track of how many times i have laughed out loud when i read your comments now! Thanks so much, being appreciated never ever gets old!! :)

    – Andrew Paranavitana

  • Greenriver
    Greenriverover 5 years ago

    Beautiful ceiling. Congratulations.

  • Thank you very much!

    – Andrew Paranavitana

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