Photographer's Note

This is another shot of my first post, Swan River View, taken with a tighter frame.

I got into the place just after the sun set. The lights of the buildings had just started showing their beauty and the sky had just got darker and darker. It was a clear early spring time day with no clouds.

I was standing accross the river from the city at a popular place for taking shot of the city called Millpoint. Some of the posts here were taken from the same area.

The two tallest buildings are one of Perth city's landmarks. The grey building on the left-hand side is St. Georges Terrace tower, named after the street where it belongs. I'm not sure with the green building. I think it is a tower of a bank (the name of which I forget).

If my shot here is clear enough, you can see at the front of all the tall buildings, there is a low structure. It actually is the Esplanade busport (the main hub for buses in Perth). Some people don't like its architecture. It faces right to the Swan river, but without any glass-window to enjoy its beauty. It's still better for the environment though (since no-glass structure produces less greenhouse gas emission than the one full of glasses). It's just that global-warming thing...

I hope you enjoy it.

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