Vivid Aquatique features computer controlled dancing water jets in a ‘magic wall’ of light and water, specialised sculptural fountains inspired by Louis XIV’s ‘Water Garden’ at Versailles, four giant water screens and large-format video projections, four high-powered full colour lasers and, for some shows, marine fireworks.
St. Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney Australia. It was raining off and on all day, but I was lucky enough to catch this break in the clouds with the moon just long enough before it started to rain again.
What can I say? Queen Victoria was very popular in Australia. This is a very elaborately decorated building in Sydney. Again, I don’t remember exactly which building, but my goodness, I can’t resist when I see something like this.
Of course, when we were in Sydney, we went to the Opera House. We took the tour. I took some of the common shots. And I took this. I don’t remember exactly where inside the Opera House I got this shot, but it is an interior. My usual here of being fascinated by line, shape and shadow. And that’s about all I can say about this. This is another thing that might look good in Black and White, but again, I don’t have a knack for that.