Geometric Nights

Geometric Nights



The only angle from which to approach a problem is the TRY-Angle
The Sydney Opera House project began in 1954 when NSW state premier Joe Cahill brought together a committee to begin work on procuring “an edifice that will be a credit to the state not only today but also for hundreds of years.”

An international design competition was launched, with the brief calling for “the best opera house that can be built.”

As one of Australia’s most recognisable buildings the Sydney Opera House is an icon of Australia’s creative and technical achievement. Since its completion in 1973 it has attracted worldwide acclaim for its design and construction,

The design of the building, with its white roof shell shaped sails atop a massive red granite platform, has been internationally acclaimed as an architectural icon of the 20th century.

Meet me in the Sky

Sydney Storms

A moment between storms moving through Sydney allowed the sunlight to break through, illuminating the falling rain in a golden glow.

A moment between storms moving through Sydney allowed the sunlight to break through, illuminating the falling rain in a golden glow.

 

One Foggy Morning

One foggy morning and some Photoshop later…. I give you Pier One as it arrived out of the fog

Pier One Sydney

Pier One Sydney

Somersby

Somersby

 

A visit to Somersby Falls after the recent rains. There was still plenty of water flow (more than I have seen). It was also a chance to test out the new merge to panorama functions in Lightroom CC. This was from 5 HiRes images taken on the Olympus E-M5markII.