Saturday, 10 August 2013

Sydney Tower, Glasshouse

A view of buildings in the heart of the city from King Street opposite Sydney Arcade, looking up at the Glasshouse office block, the J.P. Morgan office building and Sydney Tower.

24 comments:

  1. I like the angle of the buildings in this one, nice shot!

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  2. Beautiful architecture and wonderful composition, Jim!

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  3. too much concrete and glass for me I'm afraid.

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  4. Beautiful 'looking up' shot. I tend to forget how modern and huge your City is.

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  5. What an incredible view and gorgeous skies for the perfect backdrop! I love your perspective! Have a great weekend, Jim!!

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  6. was watching Masterchef Os this past weekend, heaven and hell. Your this 2 photos depict it really well, the blue of this post for Heaven and reddish in the last post. I love watching all aussie cooking shows.

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    1. I don't watch it but I've heard it's very popular overseas.

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  7. Hi Jim. Thanks for your visits today! It's been a long time that I've been on your blog and not because I wasn't interested, just a lack of time. Your city is gorgeous and this photo shows photographically why that statement is true. Superb shot! Perfect exposure; great colors; tack sharp!

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  8. I love the imagination that drives this cityscape!

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  9. Such a beautiful azure sky as a backdrop for incredible structures!

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    1. The colours in this photo are mesmerising, the deepness of the blue in the sky is a reflection of how hot it is in the city and I really like the way the sky is reflected in the buildings too. Where were you standing when you took this shot, right down at street level or from a higher level of another facility?

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    2. Cameron, yes I was down at street level, in King Street.

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