Friday, March 1, 2013

Australia Square at lunchtime


Australia Square always makes me think of the sixties, when this building was completed (1967) it was the tallest building in Sydney at the time. Designed by Harry Seidler, it is the most beautiful modern building in Australia. Not too many cafe chairs here but ... I can see at least one. The theme for City Daily Photo this month is Cafe Chairs, to see others click here

16 comments:

  1. Agree Pete, it is a marvelous building and my favourite as well.

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  2. Whenever I see outdoor umbrellas, it always makes me want to stop for coffee.

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  3. It also looks a wonderful gathering place - all those welcoming cafe chairs and umbrellas! (Ah, I'd forgotten Rod Taylor was Australian, he was great in The Birds:)

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  4. Such a nice sunny place - I would like to have a cooffee here :)

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  5. Pictures like this always make me want to travel. And grab that last chair....

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  6. Nice suits. Good theme day shot.

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  7. Business attire looks the same worldwide, it seems. Could've easily been New York City.

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  8. Very Sydney cafe, which is quite different from Melbourne cafe.

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  9. It is a wonderful spot. The sixties sure did have its icons.

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  10. I feel like I am back visiting Sydney. Looks warm and sunny - totally opposite to Coventry, England :). Fun photo and nice blog!

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  11. Super image, love the suit guys and their shadows.

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  12. Great photo.
    happy Theme Day...

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  13. Afraid I cant agree about its beauty. I like the Renzo Piano one. There are some good angles and shadows for photography at Australia Square.

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  14. Love the 2 shadows. Like your choice for the theme day.

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