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Shoreline family love of people and benches...

Welches Bild gefällt euch besser?


Which photo is better?

The conference starts on March 29th. Full details with video tour on my blog:

Sequel to my previous upload:

This is the conference building where agreements and negotiations between the two Koreas are held.




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2010 at the Cirque du Soleil press conference unveiling of TOTEM.

Oh good lord it is beautiful today.


And the trees here are wonderful.


Looks about a hundred times better On Black




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This was the confereence room used by Churchilla dn his Government when using Down Street station as a bunker during WWII. You can still see the markings on the floor marking when false walls were erected.


Down Street, also known as Down Street (Mayfair), is a disused station on the London Underground, located in Mayfair, west London. It was opened in 1907 by the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway. It was latterly served by the Piccadilly line and was situated between Dover Street (now named Green Park) and Hyde Park Corner stations.


The station was little used and trains often passed through it without stopping. Its lack of patronage coupled with its proximity to other stations resulted in its closure in 1932. During the Second World War it was used as a bunker by prime minister Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet. The station building survives today and is close to Down Street's junction with Piccadilly.

Sur le Rhône, au port de l'Epervière


Inside the auditorium of the Conference Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons)

The conference of the crows on the terrace of a nearby building that i see every evening.


In Explore:

Highest position: 235 on Sunday, December 2, 2007

The southern tip of Staten Island. Raritan Bay in backround. The conference or Billop house stands just to the right. In 1776 a peace conference between the British and Americans took place here.

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Watching the world watching them........Sneaky photography in the cafe

2nd Pictoplasma Conference; Haus der Berliner Festspiele; Oct 11th-14th, 2006 -

Fire Call Conference local practice burn structure fire, very intense and quick. Shot in North Carolina.

2nd Pictoplasma Conference; Haus der Berliner Festspiele; Oct 11th-14th, 2006 -

Center City

Philadelphia PA


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"A conference is a gathering of people who singly can do nothing, but together can decide that nothing can be done."

Fred Allen


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2nd Pictoplasma Conference; Haus der Berliner Festspiele; Oct 11th-14th, 2006 -

48 Martin Place,

Sydney, NSW, Australia.


Architect: H.E Ross H. Ruskin Rowe, Ross & Rowe

Refurbishment: Johnson Pilton Walker Architects (2014 Refurbishment), Norman Disney Young

Construction: Brookfield Multiplex (refurbishment)

Architectural Style: Beaux-Arts

Built: 1925-1928


When the head office for the Government Savings Bank of Australia was built in 1928, it was Sydney’s tallest building at twelve stories in height.

It was also the most expensive building built in the city, and housed the world’s largest banking chamber.

50 Martin Place is regarded as one of the finest 20th century bank buildings in the world.


Outside was a facade with a solid red granite base, topped with four towering Ionic columns, with pilasters clad in pink-glazed ceramic tiles.

The building was crowned with a two-storey attic, and bizarrely a rooftop rifle range.

Inside on the ground level, the Grand Hall and banking chamber feature marble and scagliola on massive columns.


As part of the refurbishment, a two-storey steel dome straddles the atrium.

Designed as a fifth facade, it can be seen from higher surrounding buildings as a lantern at night.

The atrium provides for much of the lighting requirements of the renovated workplaces.

Inside the atrium are two futuristic circular glass lifts, that were awarded Elevator Project of the Year.

During the lift journey, an eight-storey high installation by artist Nick Savvas, called Colours are the Country, can be viewed.

The atrium features event spaces, conference centres, and areas for collaboration


The building is now the global headquarters of the Macquarie Bank.

The middle floors of the building provides for a workspace for around 2,000 people.

There is an iconic and colourful interior stairway that connects the different levels.


50 Martin Place has received a 6-star Green Star energy rating.

The 2014 refurbishment by JPW Architects won a National Trust Award for adaptive re-use.

An in 2015, they received Australia’s major commercial architecture award - the Sir Arthur G. Stephenson Award.


Morning Conference Calls. San Jose, CA 2014


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