This take-and-go shot was made in Sydney CBD when I was walking there at lunch. I thought it was quite beautiful that reflected architectures fit well in the surface of the building frame on this angle.
I like this building to check what’s displayed on or how the displays look like at the time (because they look differently by the conditions) and I enjoy to take photos of other buildings / architectures displayed by the reflection. Due to its design of the building, when one of those small squares which are office windows is open to outward, the whole reflected picture is made looking like a incomplete jigsaw puzzle that mismatches one piece (or the number of pieces as the number of windows are open).
Well, as for today, looks like all pieces matches.
This was taken at The Rocks, Sydney on last weekend. Lots of buildings in Sydney city were shone by afternoon sunlight.
The contrast of colors between foreground in gold and background of blue sky was quite impressed to me. I did not have my DSLR with me but my old iPhone did a fair work like below, I think… :-).
It was warm winter afternoon and the crowd around the area was frolic with wines and foods as served by number of stalls at the site. The photo was caught when the light started dimming toward evening. It was a lucky shot, I caught. 🙂