Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

contrast between old and new buildings in sydney nsw australia

My city, Sydney, in which I had lived for most of my life until moving away to the south coast twelve years ago. When I was young the buildings were all gracious old ones, built of brick and stone, but in my teenage years the first tall glass and steel buildings appeared. Later still the tall towers and fluid shapes of current buildings … the skyline always changing. Looking up in Pitt Street you can’t miss the contrast between old and new!

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21 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

  1. Yes, this is a dynamic observed in every large city in Australia and the western world now. While we admire the engineering design and efficiency of most modern building (not the egocenticity of them), we still pine for edifices of old craftsmen now considered primitive.

  2. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast « Ruth E Hendricks Photography

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