Monday, June 9, 2014

Double exposure!



We're back at Barrack St. Jetty.. Pier 4 where, apart from the sign 'Perth Zoo' :) you may get a clue from the brilliant animal art on the glass divisions that this is where you catch the ferry over to Mends St. Jetty on the south foreshore, from there a short walk to Perth Zoo and for those who live in South Perth one option of travel over to the CBD with ferries running every half hour and every quarter of an hour in peak times. I really enjoyed the 'multi exposure' effect of the big cats merging with the boats, super cool oui, but does it qualify as a mural? Happy Monday, take care...


33 comments:

  1. Oh, these are really cool, Grace!! Like you, I love the big cats merging with the boats! How fun and great captures for the day! Hope your week is off to a great start!! Enjoy!!

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  2. They would look good on a living room wall.

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  3. Now that's what I call a reflective post! Super colors and these are very cool photos!

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  4. A trip to the zoo is always fun!

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  5. Art and the zoo. . . a terrific combination.

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  6. Looks like a great mural to me, Grace!

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  7. Thank you for your comment on TilburgDailyPhoto! I never realised that the translator must be placed on the blog. I have done it at once. Big hug from Holland.

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  8. Especially interesting to see a combination of cat and dolphin :)

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  9. Yes, that rates as a mural! Aren't they such nice kitties?

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  10. Almost overwhelming visually. I'm sure you can get a better understanding by being there in person.

    So now I know there are two zoos in Australia you reach by ferry. My family visited Taronga in Sydney many years ago. Nice ferry ride across the harbor.

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  11. those are really cool images

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  12. I would call them murals and reflections, so you could put them on Monday Murals and Weekend Reflections. AND, the bench lovers might appropriate your bench.

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  13. Love the tiger in the last shot.

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  14. Pretty cool Grace. When you're over on this side of the river let me know I might be able to join you for a coffee. I work in Como, so not far from either the city or South Perth.

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  15. There is sooo much to look at in this series Grace. Lots of layers. Oh ... And yes ... It's a mural in my book.

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  16. For me it is a mural and a reflection as well!

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  17. I say it qualifies. You got some great shots her. I love those cat faces fading in and out in that third photo and if I was sitting on the bench in the last photo, I would be watched!

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  18. Great series, Grace, murals and reflections, all in one!

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  19. Beautiful takes, Grace! Love it, j`adore :-)

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  20. Great images, the design of the marketing murals are magnificent! Glad that you like the quote from the beautiful film Faraway, So Close by Wim Wenders.

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  21. African and Asian wildlife beautifully done.

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  22. Wonderful reflections of wild animals.

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  23. Those are very cool reflections. It looks like they just behind the glass. waiting for you....
    Nice pics Grace!

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