Friday, 16 December 2011

Reflecting the past

Looking down Essex Street from its intersection with Gloucester Street. The plate glass building, hosting the reflection, is on George Street, the main thoroughfare of our city. This is all down fairly close to the harbour.

10 comments:

biebkriebels said...

Can't see a picture, only a black spot.

Ann said...

Me too, I've got a black sqauare with a triangle and an exclamation mark.

Julie said...

No idea what I have done wrong with this post. I am in wauchope with my brother and do not have access to the photo to repost. Sorry folks.

Peter said...

Julie, these things only seems to happen when you can't get to fix it. Murphy's Law No 2.

freefalling said...

Pornographic?

Victor said...

The glass building straight ahead is 190 George Street. I worked there around 1988 to 1990.

Julie said...

I just read that the intersection one below where I am standing to take this - the intersection of Essex and Harrington as it is now - was the location of the very first hanging in the colony. Thought you needed to know this.

J Bar said...

Excellent reflection.

Jo said...

my part of the world... I look at this reflection many times during the week.. But I will say this photo is great with the STOP sign... love it...

NixBlog said...

Great photo! The reflection is fascinating.