The Sydney Opera House

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  1. seven

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    Taken on a school rugby trip to Australia.

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    yep.
     
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    Beautiful building, well captured :)
     
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    Cool series, I'm liking #1 and #3 the best. :thumbup:
     
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    that's a great piece of architecture
     
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    you went from calgary to australia on a school trip?! The farthest I ever got to go was Vancouver (from Edmonton)...

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    The first photo is very good.
     
  6. JonK

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    awesome seven! I was hoping I'd see something other than the stock shots of the opera house and you haven't disappointed :D
    The BW is great....love the light you captured between the different sections of the structure as well as the framing with the branches.
    They're all very well done. :thumbsup:
     
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    Very nice series, Seven. Lucky guy to take such an awesome school trip.
     
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    Such a variety of angles, and as someone already mentioned, all greatly vary from the 'typical' opera house shot. Great job!

    Several guys I know recently returned from a rugby trip to New Zealand, from what I heard they had a great time.
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I can only agree with what everyone else has said before me, these are new and unique views of the Sydney Opera House, and the b+w is special with it's shades of grey of the famous roof. Very nice.
    Wow, and your rugby takes you as far as Australia!
    That is quite something!
    Wow-wow-wow.
    My daughter's only got till Luxemburg this weekend with her swim team (but then she's only just turned 13 ... ;))
     
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    Nice capture!
    I think I like the first shot the best...
     
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    cool shots.. That must be one of the most famous building in the world.
     
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    not something you often see in black and white, very cool
     

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