Sunday, 29 January 2012

Sinuous, Kent Street, The Haymarket


This is my contribution to the Weekend in Black and White community.

19 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Shapely, sinuous and slightly mysterious Julie, the reflections off the glass balconies hide many stories I bet. Brilliant B&W image.

Joe said...

Very strong architecture. Resembles waves. I guess it is near the bay/ocean?

Julie said...

Joe: Sydney does not have a 'bay'! No, this is in the centre of the CBD, deep in the heart of canyon territory.

Dragonstar said...

Love it! Just the sort of photo that always appeals to me. Great architecture.

Jim said...

Great patterns.

Carver said...

Wow, what a great shot. The waves stand out so well in black and white.

Ann said...

Another one with great lines. Congrats on making the wall.

bfarr said...

Love the undulating balconies...

Emma Dalloway said...

its quite an organic form when you get this up close and personal, isnt it?

diane b said...

Lends itself well to B&W. Lots of patterns and lines and light. Noice.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very good black and white photo.

Regards and best wishes

Joan Elizabeth said...

Well city buildings leave me feeling cold but I have to admit your eye has seen well here. There is a play of light as well as shapes that is making it work.

Birgitta said...

Excellent b&w photo of an interesting and special building!

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brattcat said...

excellent image, julie.

Steffe said...

Very cool architecture and it looks great on black and white.

Shanna said...

What a great photo and processing. Love the building.

Rejen said...

Fantastic shot...;-D

JM said...

Love this, Julie!

SKIZO said...

Great.Picture