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Sequel to my previous upload:
This is the conference building where agreements and negotiations between the two Koreas are held.
Inside the auditorium of the Conference Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons)
Fire Call Conference local practice burn structure fire, very intense and quick. Shot in North Carolina.
Guardiamo quello che guardano tutti
Ascoltiamo quello che ascoltano tutti
Becchiamo come nessuno.
Poi ci riuniamo in conclave al di fuori di voi
osserviamo e sentiamo il bolo del giorno
togliamo il superfluo e ne rimettiamo una parte ruminata con l'uso degli attimi.
Quel che rimane è una realtà diversa dalla vostra
un sentiero verso la perfezione dell'insicurezza.
Se il volo sarà lungo la nostra visione di verità trionferà.
A wideangle DoF-shot from a conference held at Hilton Hotel, Copenhagen.
I dunno. Something seems wrong with the foreground table and laptop. Maybe it's just the angle - it looks like the table is tilted towards the camera which it wasn't. I guess it takes some experimenting to get used to shooting at less than 15mm. And the bokeh is awful.
Photos from the Lamaze 2007 Annual Conference in Phoenix. Visit www.lamaze.org for more details on Lamaze conferences.
occasionally one gets a conference speaker who is not worth listening to
EU REGIOSTARS 2012 #RegioStars
Belgium - Brussels – June 2012
© European Union
Cat Conference both are sitting at the backdoor, seems to me they are plotting something, shot in North Carolina.
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
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.
Seventh International Conference on the Arts in Society, Arts and Design Academy, John Moores University, Liverpool, UK, 23-25 July 2012
Conference room in the Patriarchal Palace. 10 image HDR. Plz don't ask me to process both shots to look the same, it's very hard when they're both HDR and you're kinda drunk ok thanks :(
While waiting for the press conference to start I took a picture of the new stage.
Shot with my Nikon D90 with AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm lens
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