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Perth at Night
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm UWA Camera: Pentax K-5 Photo Location: Perth Western Australia 
Posted By: eaglem, 03-19-2012, 05:22 AM

Taken from King's Park



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03-19-2012, 07:57 AM   #2
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I like it, the road running bottom right into the center really draws the eye in.
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Lots of colors and a couple of starbursts too.
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I like it, the road running bottom right into the center really draws the eye in.
Yes King's Park gives a good vantage poit to get good shots.

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Lots of colors and a couple of starbursts too.
The Starbursts are the street lights along the freeway.

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Has a great dynamic shape to it -- I guess there's a forested hill in the foreground left, and because it's in complete silhouette it adds a nice curve to reflect the one on the right (water?). Gives it a much more interesting flow than the usual cityscape; good choice with the high contrast rendering.
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Has a great dynamic shape to it -- I guess there's a forested hill in the foreground left, and because it's in complete silhouette it adds a nice curve to reflect the one on the right (water?). Gives it a much more interesting flow than the usual cityscape; good choice with the high contrast rendering.
Thank you. King's Park sits high over the city and around the edge of the Swan River and that would be the dark silhouette that you see. The only thing lit up that's seen from the city is the War Memorial.
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