Friday, 18 March 2011

Three figures in a landscape

Photograph by Julie, processing by Kirsten

Taken from the top walkway of the Overseas Passenger Terminal looking south into the financial hub of the CBD with the Cahill Expressway lower front.

11 comments:

Becky said...

This is a beautiful shot. I love all the lines and different layers of buildings. I'm still searching for that "third figure..."

Julie said...

Dead centre ... think isoceles triangle ...

Stafford Ray said...

After looking for a suitable shot of post meltdown Chernobyl to go with a new poem, a stroll through your Sydney was just what I needed to restore my spirits!

J Bar said...

Interesting observation.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Alan O'Riordan said...

This is great, has a real claustrophobic feel to it!

Peter said...

Looks autumnal, too.
Good pickup on 'Comes a time'

Joan Elizabeth said...

I love this shot. Suggests to me all I find fascinating about the inner city. The old buildings, the new buildings, the tall buildings, the shiny glass, the reflections, the freeways, then night lights ... yes I do like the city (the inner city in particular) but can't live in it all the time.

Julie said...

I love the inner city, but need to get out every so often. I am not able to live in the suburbs at all. Feel sooo isolated with nothing to show for it.

i like this shot primarily for the size of the figures.

diane b said...

I like the shapes, colours and textures. I have a lot to learn about processing. The old clock tower peeping through the geometric shapes is striking contrast of architecture.

Jilly said...

Oooh I do love this photo, Julie. Well done. Perfect composition and everything else.

Julie said...

Thank you, Jilly. I am partial to this image, too.