The prompt for today’s Photo 101 task is to provide a black and white photo of something architectural.

Sydney Opera House in Black and White
Black and white shot of the Sydney Opera House looking like cockle shells clinging

Where is Harmony?

In a world so devoted?

To hellish dischord?

These are a few shots I took of the Sydney Opera House from less typical angles. Most translated well into black and white but I couldn’t bring myself to wash out the colour of the last one.

May we live to see the world in harmony one day.

Sydney Opera House
The famous shells of the Opera House still impress when you look at the way the windows at the front appear to support them.


Sydney Opera House New South Wales Australia black and white
With varying degrees of light and shade the structure takes on a ghostly feel.
Sydney Opera House from the side in black and white.
A glimpse from the side showing an unexpected angle. Sydney Opera House.
Sydney Opera House
What the sky actually looked like. The harbor water reflecting in the glass awning.


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