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Photographing the House

This was probably my favourite shot from my last assignment in the Interpreting the Street mentorship I did with +Brian Wood-Koiwa and the +G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers.

The way this photographer was standing interested me most, the angle of his legs matched the roofline and then his body curved away in the opposite direction. This doesn't tell anything of a story about the photographer, but it does give a hint of the endless fascination the Opera House has for most people.
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That once I stand up straight...

Title from the poem "Stabat Mater* by Sam Hunt
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...on laughter silvered wings

In Morton National park on the West Rim track from Fitzroy Falls.

Title from the poem "High Flight" by John Gillespie Magee Jr.
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Turbulent Skies of Spring
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Stillness and rest, with disapproving eye...

Title from "The Recluse" by William Wordsworth
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Clouds amongst the reeds
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Touch Down

I posted some close ups of this sculpture a long time ago, but could never work out how to show the whole thing, until tonight.

+Ann Pollak
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On the Beach - Newport
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Main Street - Moss Vale, Southern Highlands
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St Peters Station - Sydney
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