Saturday, June 16, 2018

Going Up!


Reflections of the cranes beavering away around Elizabeth Quay in one of the glass facades along the Esplanade. The buildings are leaping skywards at a frightening pace, the shot directly below taken two and half months ago at the beginning of March, the last shot a few days ago.. will have to record this view each time I go into the city to see the progress.. will reserve judgement until it's fini :) How is a person supposed to get a new winter header shot when the sky looks like this 🌞 Hope you have a wonderful weekend, take care and stay safe..


24 comments:

  1. Time shall tell what becomes of it.

    You can always check your archives for a good shot for a seasonal header. I have to switch mine over for a summer header.

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  2. Awesome pics.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  3. Wow, Grace, can you send some of the workers over here?
    Germans are so darn slow, it´s a true pain!
    Bell Tower will be out of sight, soon, I guess...

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  4. Love those reflections, that blue sky, the "towers," all of it. Wonderful photography again showing off your wonderful city and its environs!

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  5. Super reflections and lovely photo's.
    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  6. Always nice to see a work in progress and great reflection.

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  7. I think the Quay has become much loved by locals. I really hope it doesn't get broken by these buildings.

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  8. You don’t get the muted winter light as we do PDP.

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  9. You could always visit the New England states, the Northwestern states, Alaska, Canada, or even Michigan during your summer and our winter for you winter header.

    Nice reflections Grace. I love the meandering cranes.

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  10. Love the top picture. Looks like someone spiked the drinking water.

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  11. What an amazing amount of progress in such a short span of time.

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  12. I love your reflections shot. The skyline of Seattle looks similar to yours, filled with construction cranes. But you won't find any palm trees.

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  13. Beautiful reflections Grace. I too have noticed the fast pace of constructions around Elizabeth quay!

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  14. The trouble with those buildings is that they block out the beautiful blue sky.

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  15. great shots and I do love reflections.
    Going up made me laugh as it reminded me of the South African song of Jeremy Taylor "Lift Girls Lament". Look it up on the internet and listen to it and you will see what I mean LOL. Take care Diane

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  16. The eco footprint of humanity is becoming bigger and bigger. Still a nice reflection.

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  17. No matter where in the world you are, there's always construction going on. My small country town has now got it's first 6 storey building.

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  18. Wow, is it silly but for me, it's all about that sky and clouds. Stunning day.

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