Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The masculine triangle..!



Heading into the city in search of triangles for April's theme I was a little worried that it may not be that easy.. When really looking I couldn't believe how many times the triangle features in Perth architecture, old and new.  Discovering that the triangle pointing upwards is a strong masculine sign the BHP Billiton offices above takes on an almost phallic presence n'est pas :) but if you look at the Central Park building in the background below there's a whole lot of triangle action going on also!


.... and then there's the triangle that hasn't any mystical powers at all, it's simply a quiet place to sit and enjoy a restful moment in the middle of the city bustle,  although this gent is sitting at the pointy end, is he silently 'recharging' his masculine energy before tackling a difficult situation :) Happy Monday, we are having a wee bit of rain so all good, take care...


54 comments:

  1. Looks like a nice spot for a rest, and yes... those towers are phallic!

    Excellent choices for the theme day, Grace!

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  2. I think we will see triangles all over the place from now on. Love the green seat.

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  3. Architectural strength in triangles.

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  4. Success. Now I am wondering how far I would have to travel to find a triangle?

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  5. I'd like to try Perth's angles some fine day ♥. Aloha

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  6. Excellent post. Not sure about the phallic references, though. Seem too triangular! :)

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  7. I will have to look out for triangles.

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  8. I'm coming to Perth this week and will be looking out for triangles now, as well as everything else on the long list . . . . how very interesting this is Grace: now how about the soft roundness of womanhood, for we can't be over-run can we, haha! Glad you also have had rain! Joy x

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  9. Clever post, Gracie.

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  10. Nice theme day finds. I really struggled with this one.

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  11. The design in the first building is unusual but not unique. It's wind bracing. We have a very similar one in downtown STL.

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  12. Well as usual you knocked it out of the park Grace. Not one but TWO great choices.
    V

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  13. Lovely pics as usual. Love that "green" seat!

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  14. I'm glad that you mentioned the phallic angle of the photo, my first thought with your "masculine" description. . . I never know whether or not I should mention it when I see one. Great find and description.

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  15. Thanks for pointing out the phallic look of the building! Haha! Nicely captured triangles

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  16. Sometimes , things appear only when we look for them .This theme idea allowed you to see something you never noticed before! Great pictures!

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  17. Very dominant triangles in the BHP building Grace. I was wondering what I was going to post for this months theme and was amazed to see so many triangles once I began looking through my "To be blogged" collection. Cheers J.

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  18. I didn't expect anything less than brilliant here today! That bench is amazing, I wonder if VP will grab it!

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  19. There are lots of triangles in the building that is in the masthead of your website.

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  20. You will be over in my city in 10 days, eh? Is that when your little duo becomes a triangle?

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  21. That is a lot of triangles. And some of them are feminine I should point out.

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  22. A fine selection of triangles and observations!

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  23. Towers, pinacles and triangles are all very masculine I agree. There are lots in Paris, starting with the Eiffel Tower, of course!

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  24. Had no clue about all those triangels on the blogs suddenly, but I like the man sitting on his triangle!

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  25. You did it again! Great shots. We even have rain up here.

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  26. Fabulous interpretations, I love the last one especially, Grace.

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  27. You found some super examples of triangles, Grace!

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  28. You found lots of triangles! I love that building.

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  29. You found a really striking set of triangles and a lovely one at the end.

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  30. i am laughing and nodding and thinking you are so clever! xo

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  31. Great, clever - and funny shots, Grace - love that bench! Where is that?

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  32. Great triangular finds! I especially like that bench. So cool!!!

    PS: The hubs liked what he saw of Perth. :) Wish I could have been there with him.

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  33. Great triangles Grace!!! And how interesting that you found the bench triangle...looks like it was at coffee spot...

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  34. Haha! great---the last one I mean. MB

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  35. You certainly had no problems finding a variety of triangles!!

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  36. Well, you certainly found some triangles! I usually prefer old buildings over new ones. This one I like though!

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  37. Great architecture photos, Grace, but I love also the last photo, even the guy sat there doesn't look so happy :)

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  38. You found some great triangles, Grace!

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  39. Looks like you hit a jackpot in your triangles search. That center shot takes in a lot of angles. That last green triangle is an interesting take, too. Great job!

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  40. Wonderful triangles in Perth's skyline! It is interesting how important the triangle is as a structure component in architecture. Lovely blue skies, too!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  41. Those are all wonderful Theme Day shots Grace! I know you must be excited about the new little one. Get ready to fall in love!

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  42. Your first image of the strongly masculine building is a fine homage to triangles.

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  43. Magnificent post, the last one is a peaceful and beautiful image, I try to imagine how it would look in B&W! Cheers

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  44. What a find!
    Unique triangel bench!
    Well seen and well made:)

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  45. The stunning discovery, as many triangles - and you were worried about your you do not find anything.

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  46. My respect, Grace! Chapeau! No more to add :-)

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