" A photo is a return ticket to a moment in time"

Monday, 16 April 2012

Evening Light On Bonython Hall ......



~  Bonython Hall  ~


As late afternoon blends into evening
the lights come on inside the elegant heritage listed  Bonython Hall
creating a soft warm glow ...  almost like taking
a peek inside a Dickensonian novel.

This neo-gothic hall is referred to as the Great Hall
of the University of Adelaide



~  window tracery  ~




linking with
"Our World Tuesday"




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29 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Very nice captures, I love the window's details!
And for sure the lights are magnificent!
Hugs
Léia

Carver said...

Beautiful lighting and architecture.

Gary said...

Grand post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Sylvia K said...

A peek into Dickinsonian novel indeed, Dianne! And what a gorgeous building! Terrific captures -- next best thing to being there! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Dianne,

What a grand old building and I love the way the late afternoon sun, has lit the ornate work.

Happy Tuesday
Hugs
Carolyn

Snap said...

Sunset and light through those gorgeous windows. Lovely!

Carol said...

Great photos!! And marvelous light.

Carole M. said...

a beautiful church; lovely lighting, fabulous photo/s

Valerie said...

Love your "work" ! Wonderfully warm captures of some exquisite stonework/architecture. Thanks for sharing.

Emille said...

Love this view of the sunset on these windows!

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous lighting on these intricate windows.

missing moments said...

Love how the light is hitting it!

Nadege, said...

I love old buildings. Beautiful details and lighting, great perspective in the first image.

Olga Levina said...

These shots are exquisite... amazing, how the evening light turns the stone into gold.

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a kind comment!
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Adrianne Molin said...

I love the captures so much! The Gold/Yellow colors oozes with so much story to tell. :)


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jennyfreckles said...

The low sun really makes stone glow - and what pretty windows. It could be a shot taken in one of our big old universities - classically beautiful architecture.

Reader Wil said...

Terrific post, Dianne! You find the right positions for the windows and write a beautiful text to it. It's beautiful.
Thanks for your visit and comment. I believe that in many synagogues men and women are separated. The women even sit behind a screen. I remember that in many churches in my country men and women were also separated. Fortunately that is no longer the case so that a family can sit together. I was told that when a baby boy is circumcised only men surround him, his father the rabbi and male relatives. The women must stand behind.

Stewart M said...

Really like the balance of light in the last shot!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Dianne said...

Wil ... Thanx for this bit if info ... It's interesting to know a bit about manners and customs of other peoples.

diane b said...

The architecture is wonderful. The light capture is great. It looks like a building in England.

Joe said...

Gorgeous shots. Love the light.

Jack said...

A beautiful building, Dianne, captured at just the right time of day!

Red Nomad OZ said...

Heritage stonework, evening light, history ... what's not to love?!

NixBlog said...

Lovely images, Dianne. I love the way the setting sun gilds the buildings.

ladyfi said...

What glorious honeyed light!

Rae Walter said...

Beautiful captures of the late afternoon light Dianne. The images look just fantastic. Such clarity and wonderful tones and colours.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Arches are my favorite, and when they're ornate as well...bonus!! Beautiful images Dianne.

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Joan Elizabeth said...

Those honey tones are lovely.

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