Photo of the day – Lane lines
Published by imageservices on August 30, 2008 in Photo of the day.
This image was taken using an underwater housing for a digital SLR similar to this one from Wetpixel. It was photographed at Enfield pool, Sydney that was originally designed by the architects Rudder and Grout in 1933. This image was taken for the photographic immersive that is featured in the new exhibition on modernism in Australia. The immersive is an exploration of swimming pools, the culture and how it has changed from being places of fun to almost places solely about fitness.
Photography by Jean-François Lanzarone.
License: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0
Text © Powerhouse Museum
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