WPC: Lookin’ up

I always  look up when out with a camera. Especially in a city. You can get a different perspective of a building; an unusual roof-line, architectural details, shapes, shadows, angles and patterns.


Sometimes the focal point is a break in the pattern as in this darker window amongst the rows of identical windows on a Sydney skyscraper.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

27 thoughts on “WPC: Lookin’ up”

  1. Good eye you have there to spot the black window out of the other ones. There must be a special room or something special behind it 😀 Or maybe it is not a window at all…who knows 😀

    1. Boo hiss… sun? I suppose there might be one behind this cloud we are in. Fingers crossed for Murray tomorrow!

        1. he did indeed! Well deserved, he played well throughout the tournament. I don’t watch the footie at all, but I can imagine what it must be like where you are!

        2. Yup. That is definitely too hot for my liking, I’d be burned to a crisp! Although, supping sangria under a parasol next to a pool would suit me 🙂 And I do have a floppy hat…

        3. Remind me to borrow the floppy hat. I had heatstroke Tuesday evening to produce a dramatic ending to Mick’s birthday 😦

  2. Agreed: a change in perspective can reveal little-noticed things. Sometimes those other things are better than the familiar ones, and not just for being less common.

  3. Well-spotted with that odd window, Jude. I wonder what they were up to behind it?
    ‘Working late at the office’, perhaps?
    Regards as always, Pete. x

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