Saturday, January 18, 2020

Disjointed chaos..



It seems a long time since I last posted a weekend reflection. On the Terrace earlier this week the reflections of the surrounding buildings caught in the fragmented glass above 108 St Georges Terrace called out to me :) The close up reflection above made me think of Frank Gehry, his style 'considered deconstructivist, a movement in postmodern architecture where elements of the design appear to be fragmented; they are often described as chaotic or disjointed'. On a much smaller scale to be sure :) Looks pretty cool up close don't you think. Hope you have a super weekend, take care and stay safe..


27 comments:

  1. We have an apartment complex in Rotterdam that is built in the same way!
    If you want to see this click here).
    The mirror reflections are very beautiful!
    Have a nice weekend, Grace! 🤗

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  2. ...Frank Gehry is the master of disjointed chaos.

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  3. Wow, the reflection is a wonderful piece of art. Great eyes, Grace.

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  4. Terrific reflections, Grace !

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  5. Brilliant Title & Love The Photos - Well Done

    Cheers

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  6. I love this and you are right, it does put one in mind of Frank Gehry whose work I love.

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  7. Magnifique ! I love it when reality offers a cubist view of its landscapes.

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  8. Thanks for this beautiful and informative post, G!

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  9. So many facets to that reflection! Good eye for spotting it, Grace!

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  10. The reflections draw one in...beautiful!

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  11. Rather amazing and perhaps designed to reflect.

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  12. Wow, what unique architecture and terrific reflections. Have a great weekend, Grace.

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  13. Weee, Grace, did I have a sparkling wine or such?! ;-)
    Great shot, I never stopped to see it that way! Just how come?! Oh. Yep. Ingo rushing by...
    Next time!!! A happy Saturday to you! xox

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  14. Indeed a porcupine of glass but very succesful as reflection maker. Like the shot.

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  15. absolutely great,especialy the first one,it seems to be inside a sci fi movie! ew :)

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  16. One word - wow!!!
    Love from Sweden and Titti

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  17. Reminds me of that place in Melbourne (can't remember its name).

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  18. Great reflection shots Grace.

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  19. It is a fascinating structure and your image is special.

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  20. It is very photogenic!
    I love it. :)

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  21. Weird, wacky, cool architecture!
    Cheers from Eagan Daily Photo

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