Sunday, March 11, 2007

The Arbor

Southbank has an interesting and intricate arbor made up of an wonderfully shaped trellis covered with bougainvillaea. Although when in flower the colours are magnificent, I was more interested in the repetative pattern and shaddows (OM2sp, FP4+, Tamron SP 35-80mm, f8). I particularly like the inclusion of the walker in the bottom left of frame to give some scale to the whole structure. Not my usual style of shot, but has some themes that I would like to explore some more.

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