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Overlooking the City of Albury is Memorial Hill Designed by Louis Harrison and built by Tom Bartleson, the Monument was opened on Anzac Day, 1925 by General Paine.
One of the few towers erected as a World War I memorial, it is regarded as one of the best known in Australia. The visibility of the monument was seen as a vital part of it’s meaning when the site was selected.
The Memorial is Art Deco Styling and to my amazement someone had decided to build the public toilet with Art Deco Styling to match the style of the memorial
If you visit the City of Albury , keeep an eye out for the architecture, there are many buildings with a Art Decvo influence
Equipment : Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20mm Lens
Technique : HDR 5 Bracketted Images, Photomatix
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