These aren’t new photos exactly, but they’re new to the new site. They are under the category of Architecture and Buildings.
This first one, A little colour, is a shed at the old Fremantle Docks in Western Australia. I found it difficult to get good photos of this place – I could never seem to get the right angle, the one that combined all the elements I wanted.
This is Clean Lines, a building in Sydney (New South Wales) which wishes to remain anonymous. Well, that is, I don’t know what this building is; but I liked the contrast between the blue of the windows and the white-ish building itself.
Here’s another photo of the Grace Building in Sydney, a Deco structure with charm. There aren’t to many buildings of this era around, at least not ones that look as good as this.
The Sydney War Memorial: this is in Hyde Park, in the section closer to the Museum. I’m never sure what to think of memorials and the wars that they commemorate. People dying for the country…okay, if it’s someone like Hitler then war it must be. But I rather think that the majority of wars are for somebody’s greed these days.
Finally, Wall of Windows. It’s just a block of flats in North Sydney, but they have a monument’s imposing presence. Such an ordinary thing that looks so extraordinary.