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These are some of the remarkable buildings on Phillip and Bent Sts, Sydney viewed through the glass ceiling of the ABN Amro building (Aurora Plaza). Please see version 2 as well.
(Nov 2007 version - same view, same photographer, different camera and time of day)
Dedicated to PLC - my all-time favourite photographer.
excellent composition, the star pieces look like jax's my sister used to play with
Well though out composition which works extremely well. One of your best IMO.
excellent shot brilliant perspective and reflections beautiful colour and patterns I have to agree with Albert it is one of your best
Hi Mac, great shot, love the angle. Cheers, Nigel.
Like the patterns and perspective in this - well spotted and captured.
like the hint of greeny yellows
Very effective! Like the clever use of perspective.
Wonderful lines, patterns and colours.
Well done for seeing such a great shot.
Great capture and angle.
Cracking image from a most unusual viewpoint. Great work.
Great shot, great light.The pattern on the glass window adds an even more abstract feel to it.
This is yet another great shot.
You certainly have an eye for lines and angles.
Yet another unusual view but with such fine detail.
Beautiful work Mac.
Really nice - love the little star shapes,
I love that glass ceiling!
The patterns and perspective of this shot is really good, something a lot of ppl would miss !
The shot of the buildings with their reflections is good, but with the glass ceiling this becomes something special.
Great lines, yet again. Lovely shot.
Love the perspective, superb reflections
Brilliant - good work
Great image, full of lines and shapes.
well seen, a super image. I love the different patterns and shapes,
great pattern and angle...very dramatic!
makes a great abstract
What a fantastic shot,superb composition.
Very creative. The lines and pattern really work well together.
Said it before you have a great eye for this type of shot,you must spend a lot of time looking up,
I would probably pass it by,I read an article once saying when out even in a place you know well,look up you'll always find something new.
Thanks to all who've voted and commented. I'll add another variation of this shot shortly.
Gerry, in shooting this image, I got strange looks from passers-by and even tripped on my own backpack cause I was intently looking up.
I'm really pleased with the response from all you guys. Thanks again.
Stylish buildings - stylish photograph! Like both the images very much
Great angle and super views of the buildings
Both images are superb Mac.Love the light and tones.
Makes a great pattern picture, by the way I love Sydney.
Excellent photo of th emodern architecture of Sydney. Great angle. I like both versions. JNC
Version one is my choice, very well photographed, in spite of your troubles. Lovely colors, too.
Two very interesting shots I do like the reflections on version 2 a lot.
thats a great image
You have great style. Lovely and interesting pictures.
Again, nice angle, the buildings at the top provide a strong sense of perspective and relativity.
Well composed shot love the feeling of depth
thank you for stopping by ;
allowed me to discover an impressive pf
including this photo (especially #2 !)
Good eye, great shots.
Great shot. I prefer V1. Wonderful to look at. Barry
Wow. this is interesting. Great composition. Well seen.
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