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Details:
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mk II
Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
Exposure: 3 exposures (-2,0,+2 EV)
Aperture: f/11
Focal Length: 16mm
ISO Speed: 100
Accessories: Manfrotto 190XB Tripod, Manfrotto 322RC2 Heavy Duty Grip Ball Head, Canon RC1 Wireless Remote
Date and Time: 1 October 2011 2.24pm

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The Treasury Heritage Hotel, built 1901–05, has an historic association with a number of government and civi institutions. The Executive Council and Cabinet met in the building from 1905 until 1971, and it housed the offices of the State Premiers of this period. It was the first major Edwardian Baroque building built in Australia and is the finest example of this style in Queensland.

The building symbolises the sense of State pride and achievement associated with the advent of Federation and Statehood in 1901. The themes of agriculture and mining, the back-bones of Queensland’s economy, are featured in the architectural detail and it showcases Queensland materials. The base course and plinth are made of granite obtained from Enoggera and Mount Crosby. Brown freestone from Helidon faces the outer walls and freestone from Yangan, near Warwick, was used on the colonnade walls. The beautiful joinery is constructed of Queensland timbers including maple, cedar, black bean and silky oak, and the ceilings are finished with fibrous plaster incorporating bagasse, a sugar cane by-product.

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architecture, australia, baroque, brisbane, brisbane open house day 2011, chairs, chandelier, edwardian, edwardian baroque, elevator, hdr, hdri, hotel, interior, queensland, railing, stairs, treasury heritage hotel

Comments

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyalmost 3 years ago

    Great point of view, William. Interesting angles and curves. Everything was so ornate in those days, something you don’t see anymore. I wonder why that is.

  • Thanks Gary. I suppose it’s the march of modernism. I’m sure ornate styles will come back into fashion some day.

    – William Bullimore

  • ARIANA1985
    ARIANA1985almost 3 years ago

    outstanding shot!

  • Thank you Ariana.

    – William Bullimore

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  • Thank you for the feature.

    – William Bullimore

  • Ellanita
    Ellanitaalmost 3 years ago

    Fantastic capture!!!

  • Thank you Ellanita.

    – William Bullimore

  • Sunsetdaze
    Sunsetdazealmost 3 years ago

    That’s a beautiful staircase and photograph William.

  • Thank you so much Cynthia.

    – William Bullimore

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyalmost 3 years ago

    this is beautiful! I love yellow and blue in picture. that mix very well with brown and the two circles at the back add something very geometric and nice for the eyes. well done :)

  • Thanks so much for your wonderful comment Manon.

    – William Bullimore

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtover 2 years ago

    imposing entrance and great pov

  • Cheers.

    – William Bullimore

  • aussiedi
    aussiediover 2 years ago

    Stunning capture, brilliant colouring

  • Thanks so much Di.

    – William Bullimore

  • HennaGoddess
    HennaGoddessover 2 years ago

    William your work is just superb

  • Thanks so much for your kind words.

    – William Bullimore

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