Spent an afternoon and evening at the abandoned TAFE. This is one of the walls and windows in the ceramics block, with some pretty elaborate art.
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Spent an afternoon and evening at the abandoned TAFE. This is a wall with rough texture - lots of dimples for the graffiti artists.
Spent an afternoon and evening at the abandoned TAFE. This is Mick taking an artistic photo of a pipe.
THIS is what I had in mind when I went searching for double exposure opportunities. One is the Queensland Police HQ on Roma Street, the other is a graffiti covered wall at Bundamba.
Alan and Mick invited me to a drain in Brisbane's south... for light painting. Final shot for the night: Alan set up his four LED lights pointing at the grafitti. Mick set his camera for long exposure, and I sat to the right copying his steps and settings, but with a different angle and lens.
A year ago, Drift Cafe (formerly Oxley's on the River) sank (partly) and floated away (the rest) during the 2011 floods in Brisbane. Shortly after the floods, there was some effort to strip the floor boards (pictured), and since then work has stopped. There has been a bit of redecoration though. The owner has opened another site at Springfield.
Casually browsing Reddit, I came across this post: http://www.reddit.com/r/brisbane/comments/ngat7/mushroom_on_the_bicentennial_bikeway/ (also http://www.reddit.com/r/bicycling/comments/ngcaj/found_a_1up_mushroom_on_the_dedicated_bikeway/). I rode up to this, parked up, and waited for someone to ride by so they could be in my shot. I took this shot a few weeks ago for Project365 but it was beaten by another photo that was not repeatable.
Some grubs scratched up the train (they've scratched up every train). When the sun hits it in a certain way, it's quite striking.