Sunday, 25 July 2010

Shed number forty

Spectacle Island, Sydney Harbour

17 comments:

Clytie said...

Did you get pictures of the other 39??? :=}

I like the composition - bricks beside corrugation. And that huge black and white 40 really stands out.

Jo said...

Makes me wonder whether there were 39 other sheds!

jennyfreckles said...

Wonderful saturated colours - very effective, punchy image.

Julie said...

As you may guess, all the sheds on the island were numbered, but I did not think to note the highest number.

Woody said...

excellent collection of patterns in this composition!!

Virginia said...

FAB composition!
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diane said...

It looks like a dunny. Nice composition.

Julie said...

It does a bit, Diane, but in reality it was to store shell casings for the Navy.

Bill said...

I know that place, it's next to number 38. I think.

Julie said...

*grin*

Bruce Caspersonn said...

It is fairly clear what number it is, they don't want you to be confused.

brattcat said...

fabulous composition, julie. and how good of you to keep up your regular posts with the distraction of your precious new granddaughter to keep you away from the computer.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Nice image -- the simple lines .. and noticing it I guess.

Julie said...

Hah, quite easy really. One has to be aware of the 'role' of a grandmother. And that is NOT to tell them how to do it better, or do it for them. They went home this morning and I will go over there tomorrow after lunch for a visit. Can't wait ... but they know that.

Hem said...

thanks for you

Peter said...

Great photo - stark.

maryleal said...

I love #40... Such a good strong composition. Simple shapes and strong colors attract me. Good work