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It was a gloomy day in Sydney when I visited early 2013. The clouds didn’t part much and a lot of rain fell, but that wasn’t going to stop me from getting out with my camera. Dodging the patches of rain, I was able to get to the Opera House for a short time. I wanted to capture parts of the Opera House in ways that aren’t normally seen. Everyone takes pictures of the Opera House but I wanted mine to be different. My aim was to get as close as I could to capture some of the details on the tiles so it wasn’t completely noticeable that this was part of the famous Sydney Opera House. There are so many different shapes and patterns to the entire structure that I didn’t even notice before. Now I have a different way of looking at it.


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I reside in Melbourne, Australia as professional photographer. I shoot a vast range of subjects but I have a true passion for travel and landscape photography but also for the details and particular points of view of other subjects.

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