To the left is the inner court of the Parliament building in Canberra. I liked the way the sun was casting a spiders web of shadows on the walls. The middle component is part of the very long pier, which has a small railway engine and carriages, on the southern coast of Western Australia, at Busselton. The right hand side of the collage is an exterior staircase, at the Dar Es Salaam railway station. One can see how the paint has been worn away on the hand rail, by so much use. This took a long time to compose and render. There was a lot of cutting away, between the railings. I have added a figure to give perspective and a meeting point.
Abstract Through The Railings
Medium: Reworked digital photograph
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