March 20, 2010

Federation Square, Melbourne

The locals refer to this building as Fed Square, which is a centre for cultural activities and entertainment. It is in the Melbourne CBD, and  has a few galleries/museum, and restaurants, and has lots of ever changing events.  I love visiting Fed Square; there is lots to see and do there.

On a sunny day, a web of shadows adds interest to the building due to the structure of Fed Square

A photo showing the structure of Fed Square. In the above photo, a small section of its external facade  is shown on the right.  It’s a beautiful structure, and I do apologize that I haven’t got a photo of the entire structure to show you. But click here for a good photo. (The blue building is Eureka Tower. I’ve got 2 photos here).

Scenic Sunday and Shadow Shots : Click on the links for more photos.

22 comments:

Carletta said...

I think I like the shadows way more than the reflections! Love the patterns!

Thanks for your visit to my fish. :)

Jenn said...

Interesting architecture. Love how the shadows formed on the floor.

diane said...

fabulous shots of a fabulous building. I love it.

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

I have always dreamed of visiting Australia, and this building would be my first stop. Thanks for sharing it's beauty with us, I also love the shadows on the floor more than the reflections.
Molly

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

sorry also meant to say that even though I love the shadows best, all of your shots are just perfect.
Molly

The one with the View said...

WOW--What an interesting building. I just looked over at your last week's SSS too, another Great one! Love them!!

Diane AZ said...

Oh my goodness, it's like a wonderland of shadows, I love it!

cat said...

Those shadows are really great! Very nice shots:)

Riet said...

Great shots of the building.

Sylvia K said...

What fantastic shadow shots!! That building is surely perfect for finding those! Shadow wonderland indeed! Thanks for these, they're terrific! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia

Manang Kim said...

That's a lot of shadows and I so like it. Happy weekend!

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Cathy said...

Great place to see - so much to do there - just across the road from the station and so close to the Yarra. Will be there over the school hols - with littlies in tow doubt there be time to bring the camera out tho' lol

Ralph said...

The skeleton that supports the glass dome is extraordinarily beautiful, leaving such lovely shadows - perhaps a web of structural steel. This looks like a fn day to appreciate art and the composing artists. I imagine that I'd get lost with so many cool attractions to be visited...

Joops said...

Lots of characters!

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Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

Love all the lines & shadows! you have captured the space perfectly! :)

LV said...

Enjoyed another great showing of some of your lovely country sights. The shadows make it very interesting.

Eden said...

Wow, lots of beautiful shadows. Great shots, Evelyn!

Lindz said...

very interesting complex, would like to go there one day with my kids, hope there are fun things to do and see for kiddos.

siromade08 said...

Oh what a lovely captures of the building, more shadows..fantastic photo.

Stine in Ontario said...

How that's a place to find shadows!

Carolyn Ford said...

I don't think anyone would miss those shadows! What a great place to be with a camera...fantastic!

lisaschaos said...

It looks like a place I could spend hours just soaking it in. :)

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