Captured near the Philosopher’s Walk in Kyoto, Japan.
Captured at a narrow intersection in Tomonoura, Japan.
Captured in Kyoto, Japan.
The Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building in the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) houses the UTS Business School, and is the first building in Australia designed by Canadian American architect Frank Gehry.
This is the atrium at the casino entrance to The Star, harbour facing side. The “rays” of the star structure is reflected multiple times in the glass of the atrium roof creating an interesting effect.
This image was captured at the escalators in Westfield Sydney close to the corner of Elizabeth and Market streets,and offers a tantalising glimpse of what’s behind, as well as the street outside.
The green hedge at the back of this fountain and pool is captured nicely as a reflection.
Windyridge Garden, in Mt Wilson – the lake in the evening.
This is a series of articles that feature reflections, or sometimes the absence of reflection.
Bluestone Bridge, Water Garden, Mayfield captured in autumn.
The magnificent Water Garden at Mayfield in NSW, captured in autumn. On the left is the red Japanese inspired bridge, on the right the Bluestone bridge and waterfall.
An illusion built into the design of this pool makes it seem the pool is actually part of a larger lake (situated below this pool).
A clever design in this sculpture removes the photographer from the reflection.
A shot of me taking a photo of the Dobell Memorial Sculpture at the intersection of Pitt and Spring streets in Sydney, with a pedestrian crossing with a “Look” sign reflected by the mirror-like finish of the sculpture.
These pictures were taken at Broadway in two locations: the Blackfriars campus of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the TAFE NSW Ultimo Campus.