Michael Fowler Center
The Michael Fowler Centre is a concert hall and convention centre in Wellington, New Zealand. It was constructed on reclaimed land next to Civic Square, and is the pre-eminent concert site in central Wellington.
Commissioned in 1975, building began in 1980; the centre officially opened on September 16, 1983. It was designed by Miles Warren and Maurice Mahoney of Warren and Mahoney, with acoustic assistance from Professor A. Harold Marshall, formerly the Head of Auckland University’s Acoustics Research Centre
A contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the theme of architecture
Taken and posted as a contribution to Sylvain’s weekly photo challenge theme of birds
A contribution to Ailsa’s travel theme photo challenge of neutral colours
A contribution to Norms Thursday Doors
By the lagoon
A contribution to Paula’s Black and White photo challenge with the theme of texture
I managed to fit a great photo walk of sorts into my lunch-break today – deliberately hunting out or just coming across shots for five different posts over the next few days. This one, for Hugh’s weekly photo challenge theme of distance comes into the lucky find category.
A response to the Tuesday Photo Challenge theme of clouds
This view of Wellington, with the cable car in the foreground and Kelburn Park in the mid ground, is somewhere between iconic and a cliche.
For me it also brings about some feelings of nostalgia – Kelburn Park was my team’s home ground when I played two seasons of social soccer in my late twenties.
Taken at lunchtime today as a contribution to Paula’s Thursday Special with the theme of Park.
This week Cee’s theme is What’s this?
I’ll put the answer in the first comment
In 2005 Peter and I did the NSW Big Ride – a week long fully supported ride in Australia. The first night’s pre camping at Taree was characterised by a big storm which proved a pretty good test of everybody’s tent pitching skill.
It also bought down this light stand/power pole – which fortunately came down precisely between these two tents – at least one of which I think was occupied at the time.
A contribution to Ailsa’s travel photo challenge theme of camping