ChrisJ (117783) 2017-03-21 15:38
Hello again Craig
From a learning about our world perspective this is great and forces us to reassess everyday scenes that we often take for granted. I still haven't visited MacArthur Chambers in my home city of Brisbane even though it was where the counter attack on the Japanese Imperial Army was planned in WW2. Shipping containers are extremely sturdy. There was a case in western Australia where the only structure left standing after a category 5 cyclone (hurricane) was, you guessed it, a shipping container. The rest of the Eco Beach resort was destroyed.
Also Cyclone Lam in the Northern Territory: http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northern-territory/thousands-in-path-of-cyclone-lam-bunkered-down-in-various-communities-across-top-end/news-story/faffab6ecd432fc8802881ccbebdf67b
ChrisJ (117783) 2017-03-21 15:23
Good aerial view of the city with excellent sharpness and nice repetition of the highrise buildings along the distant shore beyond the False Creek Ferry terminal. I walked across Burrard Bridge at far right. The grounds of the Planetarium dominate the scene. Tfs!
ChrisJ (117783) 2017-03-21 15:18
Exceptionally good lighting on both statues with a warm yellow tint that suits their great age. The female statue at left is odd with a head carved into her nether regions. I am sure Malgo will love this. Tfs!
Royaldevon (43333) 2017-03-21 8:17
There is something so very special about people caring for their animals.
Although she is not looking directly at them, the empty plate and the busily eating goats lets us fill in the details!
It's a lovely, compact photograph revealing a daily life situation in a place very far from my own!
Royaldevon (43333) 2017-03-21 8:05
I think that a pyramid is a most unusual shape for a chapel but that helps it look distinctive!
The different intensities of the light on the various wooden panels is very attractive.
I like that you have included the two trees which gives a nice, triangle of three in your composition.
Have a lovely day,