All photographs on this Blog are copyrighted © by the photographer, whose permission is required for any usage. Contact me by E-mail


Sydney Opera House

This is a photo of the Sydney Opera House, New South Wales, Australia. Designed by the Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the project was built in three stages : 1959–1963 consisted of building the upper podium; 1963–1967 saw the construction of the outer shells; 1967-1973 consisted of the interior design and construction. It was formally opened in 1973 by Elisabeth II, and in 2007 was made a UNESCO World Heritage. To know more about it, please refer to following Wikipedia web page Sydney Opera House.


Gavin Hart said...

Good composition and exposure. I like the way you have darkened the sky - works well.

Dorothee said...

Bonjour Loic,

I very much like these curved lines and textures.
The Sydney Opera building with its shell design is quite awsome. I love it. Your B&W photo makes it even more impressive and elegant.

paolo said...

i love this eyeview, because is different from the way we always see this buillding.
great shot,