A night shot of the Lumley Building on Shortland Street , with a bit of reflection of the Vero building opposite.
The brick facade underneath, belongs to an Art Deco building Designed by Norman Wade and Alva Bartley in 1934 as a home for Auckland’s oldest radio station: the 1YA. In 1960 was converted into television studios and in the year 2000 was purchased by the Auckland University and it is now called the “Kenneth Myers Centre”. It also houses the Gus Fisher Gallery.
3 thoughts on “Lumley night shot”
Nice, interesting mixture!
Charming the subject matter very well highlighted, also the contrast on both architecture in existence. Flawlessly framed!
Beautiful night shot!
On http://www.photo-roma.net every monday, there’s a meme on night shots.
Check it out, I would be happy if you participate …
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