I spent most of last week in Brisbane, or more accurately in hotel rooms in Brisbane. I managed to escape once just as the sun was setting. The sun was shining through a thin gap in the clouds – a letterbox really. It was about the only sun I saw during the week (until of course I was on the plane going home!), but the combination of low angle sun, grey rain filled sky and the geometric shape of this building seemed too good to miss.
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The golden glow against the dark sky looks great.ReplyDelete
I agree with J Bar, great light in this photo!ReplyDelete
oh that 2nd shot is greatness! perfect timing!ReplyDelete
Love that golden glow, Stewart, and what perfect timing indeed! Really terrific capture! Hope your week is off to a great start!ReplyDelete
Hmm, what on earth were you doing in a hotel room for a whole week????ReplyDelete
You are so right, that squeezed light always makes the most mundane look beautiful.