... North Sydney, Crows Nest, Cammeray, Northbridge, Castlecrag, Willoughby, and Chatswood ... including the legacy of Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahoney Griffin
Always a difficult decision — are we halfway there or not?K
It seems she is not there yet, but he is well past midway. Just had a silly thought I am about to annoy you with.You know when you see signs that warn us of 'children crossing' or 'cattle crossing'? Well I have waited for hours and hours and despite the warning sign, have never actually seen a zebra crossing!
... *chuckle* ...I agree, Stafford, that the body language of the two people (couple) is fascinating.
Interesting way to look at this.
Ah .. But are they crossing at 10 kph?
Empty I think but full of interesting shapes.
Great shot in b&w. Love all the lines! :)
A little one-sided.
Indeed, Abe. A little one-sided and bordering empty real soon now!
Love it Julie. My interest has been caught by all the different marks in the white paint. They seem to go in all directions.Thanks for your continued supportive comments. I really appreciate them.
Great capture of a moment in time made more fascinating by the vantage point!
Don't stop in the middle :)I see interesting lines and signs here.http://www.homezweethome.info/2012/04/schmutzer-primate-center.html
Love the composition and the perspective; and lots of room to let the eye wander.
es, better be aware ... the angle givves fascinating lines.
This shot made me think 'Abbey Road' haha!
Yes, yes. Grace. That was one of the ideas that I tossed up!
Very nice, Julie. Love this.
Fab, Julie! The lines, shapes... and what appears to me to be a cold shoulder. (Coincidentally, my b&w today also has a hint of Abbey Road...)
Yep, cold shoulder, body language ... this is where I went from after thinking that Abbey Road only took one aspect of the image.
I enjoy views from above very much and this one is fantastic.
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