Day 109 – Name That Roof   2 comments

© mike moruzi | insearchofstyle.wordpress.comThis has been and continues to be a busy Easter Sunday so I’ll have to be satisfied with a very brief (and rather late) blog posting today. Four years ago, on Easter weekend, we visited Sydney for the first and only time (so far). My favourite Australian city will always be Melbourne, but Sydney sure is a beauty. Where else can you find such wonders so close together?

In a weekend in the city, you can easily cover some major sites purely on foot. In three and a half days we took in the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Opera House, Circular Quay, the street market in The Rocks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour, the Sydney Aquarium and the National Maritime Museum. That was all with a 2-year-old taking long afternoon naps back at the hotel.

I’m pretty sure one look at the photo will tell you what it depicts. Surely there isn’t a roof more famous in the entire world.

Processing notes: I put this through a bleach bypass filter in Color Efex Pro, added structure using Viveza to emphasize the textures in the roof, corrected for some highlights on the rood using the shadows/highlights adjustment in Photoshop and finally added a border with Silver Efex Pro.

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Posted 24/04/2011 by Mike Moruzi in Architecture, Australia

2 responses to “Day 109 – Name That Roof

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  1. Beautiful soft lines and texture!

  2. Love the curves, lines, radiating point…really nice image.

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