Category Archives: Urban Landscape

Tying mi boots, street art in Midland Western Australia

Tying mi bootsLumix G3 f3.5 1/1000s ISO 400 Leica DG Summilux 25/F1.4

I like street art! In towns and places that do not have the depth of history or architecture that European cities and towns have, whimsical street art elevates streetscapes often from dull and dreary to tolerable. Street art and even some graffiti for that matter have made Midland in Western Australia a place that temps one to stop and linger or walk from one place to another. Previously Midland was really a place to park do what had to be done and the get out as quickly as possible. Like many places in Western Australia Midland has to shake off the mental tagging of ‘dullsville’ and street art certainly helps…

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Just the blues, blue daisy a dancing in the wind!

Just the blues, blue daisy a dancing to the blues in the wind!
Lumix G3 f4.5 1/250 ISO200 Olympus 60mm Macro

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Moving steps

Moving-steps-at-Dhoby-Ghaut-MRT-Station-in-Singapore

Canon G9 f2.8 1/15s ISO 200

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Single steps Forrest Chase Western Australia

Walking Steps in Forrest Chase Perth Western Australia
Walking under the shade of the arcade in Forrest Chase
Vivitar Ultra wide and slim 22mm ISO 400 Ilford Delta

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Half curve…Argyle Diamond building West Perth

Argyle Diamond building West Perth W.A.
Canon S70 f7.1, 1/800s
Taken at midday in winter. So many glass bricks used in one wall… must go back and see it at night.

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Sky light Toa Payoh MRT station, Singapore…

Toa Payoh MRT Station Singapore
Canon G9 f4.5, 1/80s ISO125 at 9.9mm
Toa Payoh MRT station Singapore Arcs and circles as forms are not the norm in modern architecture but when they do happen the light presents the structures in a softer gentler way instead of the harsh light and shade of rectilinear shapes. This is even more apparent in Western Australia where the skies are so clear for most of the year.

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