A hero flies above a vast field landscape, following a calling muse. Suddenly, skyscrapers implode from the ground. The muse is trapped in a metal cage and disappears. He finds himeself in a concrete maze. He MUST find the girl.
It is actually the Dream Sequence in one my all-time favourite movie, Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. The real scene is AMP Centre Tower and Governor Philllip Tower covered with fog in one Sydney misty morning. I find this image relates to that scence in the movie.
As the wind is blowing fog away, AMP Tower (Centrepoint) becomes unveiled in the mist. Morning ray reflection of the tower that casts on the mist looks like an abstract hologram and it does not last long.
This shot was taken a while ago. It is Sydney’s business district, Martin Place, view from the late Harry Siedler’s MLC front concourse steps. Unfortunately, I don’t remember having good shots of his works. Have a look at its accompanied shot, Taking the Red Pill
I haven’t post this series for sometime. Skygarden reflects MLC Centre. The patterns of both highrises connect each other by the reflects. The colour is saturated to my taste.
KPMG Centre reflects AMP Tower (Centrepoint) with the construction of Dupain Complex in the foreground. King Street Wharf and the surrounding area is one of the most concentrated developing estate in Sydney. We will not be able see this angle of the city when this building is finished.