A moment between storms moving through Sydney allowed the sunlight to break through, illuminating the falling rain in a golden glow.
One foggy morning and some Photoshop later…. I give you Pier One as it arrived out of the fog
A crowd gathers to watch the last of the sunlight for the day as the sun sets behind the City.
Visitors to Luminous Nights at Darling Quarter, an annual Vivid Sydney affiliated event now in its second year, will make the night sky glow once again as they glide their digital brushes across the Southern Hemisphere’s largest interactive LED façade.Installed in 2012, Luminous sweeps the entire 150 metre façade of the Commonwealth Bank Head Quarters and has, since its launch, … Read More
Griffen Lim / Maggie McFadyen As mesmerising as it’s kooky, there’s a magical essence to the art of plate-spinning where everyday objects whirl atop poles through the skill of a performer. Part circus act and part refined craft of manipulation, it possesses a charm of its own. Circus of Light is a collection of suspended plate forms that glow from … Read More
Vivid Light transforms Sydney into a wonderland of ‘light art’ sculptures, innovative installations and grand-scale projections . The switch has been flicked, so make sure you check it out before it finishes on 9 June 2014. Thinking about shooting it in B&W for a different set of images this year….
The Biennale of Sydney has started it’s 19th year. I took a trip out to Cockatoo Island to check out some of the Visual Artworks on display. The above photo of a couple of people viewing “Dissent” by Susan Norrie.
Sydney, Australia playing around with a couple of shots from last year and giving them some new life….. #sydney #seeaustralia #blog This post has been reshared 6 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
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