This is one of the newest buildings on Jutland Road along the far reaches of Victoria’s Inner Harbour.
In the past decade or so these former industrial lands have been repurposed into government offices and residences with a few places to eat and drink.
I spent a couple of years in a cube farm down here when redevelopment was in a much more raw state.
In those days, this spot was a parking lot, and overall there were fewer amenities, though the rowing facilities were in place then.
See yesterday’s shot which is taken from within a few meters of the same place I took today’s shots.
We could see the potential, but it was not a welcoming place as it is slowly becoming.
This is part of my 12th roll at the 52Rolls project. For that post I have chosen pictures of another new building that were on this roll, but taken downtown.
Mamiya M645 Super, 80mm/f2.8 lens, ISO160, Kodak Portra 160-VC .