Dunedin Railway Station designed by George Troup was completed in 1906 and is the most photographed building in New Zealand. Flemish Renaissance Revival Style. This photo was taken from a pedestrian bridge over the railway tracks and isn't the most familiar view of of this wonderful building! I will be posting many more photos of this wonderful structure!
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dbraga56 (728) 2013-01-02 17:06
Nice photo and POV. The lines, trains and building looks very harmonic. Very good the balance of colors and shadows. TFS.
ACL1978 (7511) 2013-01-02 17:09
Maybe not the most famous view, Eric, but certainly an effective one. I like the way you've constructed the shot, using a clear vanishing point and a nice set of lines. The red rails... I really like their inclusion, and I don't know what the structure was like, but I wonder if a step back might have made it possible to integrate them better into the rest of the shot by showing more of them? Just a thought - a really nice capture either way.
JFS (32459) 2013-01-02 21:44
A very attractive shot, interesting elements and nice colors, the left red side gives a lot of energy to the whole.
All the best,