Monday, July 22, 2013

Light projections ll et fini.....!


We picked the perfect crisp, clear winter's evening to drive into the city to see the light projections on the heritage buildings of Brookfield Place on St. George's Terrace.  First stop a cup of hot chocolate  in Theobroma Chocolate Lounge in the Old Perth Technical School (above) which is also home to Montblanc (a bit of a fuss about a pen methinks :)) It was super to see Perthites and visitors out and about in the city wrapped up in coats and scarves, we don't get the opportunity to 'rug up' all that often so we have make the most of it! I had hoped to take a shot of the complete row of buildings but left my wide angle lens behind, at least I had my SD card and battery in the camera, I went out a few days ago without either and missed such a great shot of a little Willie Wagtail that landed right on my table and hopped about for ages teasing me..beh!! Hope you're having a fab weekend, take care.....

30 comments:

  1. These projections are so pretty on top of the architecture. I don't I have heard of anything like this in the states.

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  2. Cool! Don't change the building. Just change the projection.

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  3. These projections are fantastic!! I haven't heard of anything like this in the states either! Terrific, colorful captures for the day, Grace! Hope you've had a great weekend and have an even better week ahead!!

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  4. I really want to see one of these light projection events!

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  5. I always the invention which light projections offer. Gorgeous! Nice to hear that you can wear your winter togs for a change!

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  6. I'd love to see them, too!

    Grace, thanks for your comment on my blog. In my response, I noted that one of my favorite soaps came from Australia....

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  7. wow! that is so cool with the lights!

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  8. Always best to remember the camera when going out!
    Interesting way to light up the city!

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  9. These are pretty impressive shows aren't they? I've seen a few in this country. Had to laugh at your 'making the most' of getting bundled up in a scarf.

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  10. What a colorful place! One of these days I would love to see it for myself.

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  11. These are great. I really like the last one.

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  12. Great shots Grace. I can recommend the hot chocolate at Theobroma, was there last week with a friend!

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  13. Light projections on urban buildings seem to be popular in Australia. I don't know that they are as common here is the US. They should be as they are very spiffy.

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  14. These are fabulous Grace. I saw similar light projections for the first time last Christmas and well remember all the gasps from the crowd. It really is quite spectacular.

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  15. These are great shots Grace. I love looking at the photos of these types of shows.

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  16. It is a fun type of art and you have captured them well.

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  17. I really like that! It's fun art, and you mad great pictures!

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  18. C'est très beau ces projections, bravo pour les photos. Ce qui est amusant c'est que chez toi c'est l'hiver et tu vas prendre un chocolat chaud, nous on ne veut que du froid, très grande chaleur ces jours-ci.

    Belle journée à toi, Grace !

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  19. these are so wonderful .. aimee shared some on instagram ... i wish i could see them in person

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  20. Awwww, that´s beautiful, Grace!!!

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  21. Bei giochi di luce e di colore! Ciao

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  22. These are so cool! They have a show like this in Ottawa. It's really something to see. :)

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  23. I do not like much this kind of show, but your pictures of it are spectacular! Love your 'a bit of a fuss about a pen'...

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  24. Oh I wish they did something like this here in Coventry. It is beautiful and your shots are super!

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  25. Bummer when you leave home without the essentials. Very cool project this with the projections.

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  26. I missed this on the Lisbon Castle walls. The light show was the history of the city and I was told it was amazing...

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  27. Interesting light projections!!!

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