The Albert Street Uniting Church in Brisbane is a beautiful old church that was originally a Methodist church. It was built in the late 1800’s and opened on 8th November 1889. Although it once stood alone in its grandeur, it still stands out amongst the skyscrapers, a rose among the thorns.
The Victorian Gothic Revival building is built of red brick, trimmed with white Oamaru limestone and a slate roof. The church continues with services and is a popular wedding venue today. This is one of my favourite buildings in Brisbane.
Out and about at Kangaroo Point Cliffs once again. Brisbane has such breathtaking city views and the stars were out to play. Perfect!
The ABC Building at Southbank, Brisbane. Another “undercover” street photographer session 🙂
These photos were taken from Kanagroo Point Cliffs. The clouds were waiting for me as they usually do 🙂
Another night photo of the Victoria Bridge looking across from Southbank.
Two buildings side by side give the illusion of converging. I couldn’t decide whether I liked the colour or monochrome better.
Update: Ok the colour one definitely wins. The building on the right has quite an array of colours and the effect is lost on the B&W. The longer you look at it the more colours you see.