Another early morning out of MtLawleyShire

Thursday morning – another early start for working in the city.

First view of sunrise – lousy light, brilliant colours, and me running for the bus at 6.00 am.

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But this morning, I am working in the city centre, so I have time to stop and take photos.

From the plaza, with the sculptures outside the library for silhouetted contrast:

the library_2  the library

Wellington Street

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Views of the sunrisen sky from the walkway across Roe Street and the walkway above Wellington Street, affording a lovely view of clouds and colour:

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The Bell Tower, at the river end of Barrack Street, against sunrise

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sunrise_bell tower_1  sunrise_bell tower_2

Looking down Hay Street east

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touched by sunrise, steeped in night

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Petunias at the breakfast cafe: Hay Street

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Two views of early morning sky:

eastern sky     hay st west

Hay and Barrack Street corner – buildings against the infinity of morning

sunlight and shadow  hay st_barrack st corner

contrasts of light, shadow and styles

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against the morning sky

against the sky

Hay Street east in the full morning

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And this: bright morning and light

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Next posts will be sunsets and roses – & the lovely fluffy Fattee Cattee

🙂

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4 comments on “Another early morning out of MtLawleyShire

  1. niasunset says:

    Your sky photographs fascinate me always… Thanks and Love, nia

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  2. Brilliant skies! So impressed you’re out of the house before dawn, Meira and in a frame of mind to take pictures. I have to admit it was.quite exciting to see that deep blue sky – so reminiscent of Perth (well of anywhere outback, away from the coasts). And that sun-kissed skyscraper …

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    • It was work, nothing fascinating, but it is a good opportunity for one’s little camera. It reached 37 yesterday, humid and revolting, hence that sky. So much for Autumn :-/ But I did like some of the light colours on the buildings 🙂

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