Pt. Chevalier, Auckland, 12.04.2004, 7.05

) -always some part of nature eg trees bushes -wide shot

Looking Towards Sorazaya Bridge, Hiroshima, 06/04/2010, 6.08 (outlines)

Looking Towards Sorazaya Bridge, Hiroshima, (outlines)

Fiona Amundsen. Galway Street (Facing North), Auckland, 25.09.2006.

Fiona Amundsen. Galway Street (Facing North), Auckland, 25.09.2006.

View Towards Biudanggyo Bridge, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, 03/05/2008, 5.57 (lush green)

View Towards Biudanggyo Bridge, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, (lush green)

View Towards the Wall of Culture and Malgeunnaedari Bridge, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, 20/04/2008, 6.14 (bronze light)

View Towards the Wall of Culture and Malgeunnaedari Bridge, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, (bronze light)

Air Traffic Control Tower, Luke Field, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, 07/09/2011, 6.28 (now)

Air Traffic Control Tower, Luke Field, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, (now)

Galway Street (facing East), Auckland, 17.09.2006, 6.33 (Wet Paving Stones)

Galway Street (facing East), Auckland, 17.09.2006, 6.33 (Wet Paving Stones)

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Main Building, Hiroshima, 29/03/2010, 6.28 (shadows and people)

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Main Building, Hiroshima, (shadows and people)

Former Communications Facility 208, Bombproof Centre, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, 14/09/2012, 6.44 (stilled)

Former Communications Facility Bombproof Centre, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, (stilled)

Looking Towards Customs House, North End, The Bund, Shanghai, 05/08/2011, 5.10 (paving recess)

Looking Towards Customs House, North End, The Bund, Shanghai, (paving recess)

Fiona Amundsen

Fiona Amundsen

Building 55, Former Bachelor Enlisted Quarters and Mess Hall, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, 14/09/2012, 6.44 (tropical)

Building Former Bachelor Enlisted Quarters and Mess Hall, Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, (tropical)

King Jeongjo's Banchado, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, 13/04/2008, 6.58 (flow)

King Jeongjo's Banchado, Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, 13/04/2008, 6.58 (flow)

Looking Towards the ‘T’ of Aioi Bridge, Hiroshima, 02/04/2010, 6.19 (pink with spot lights)

Looking Towards the ‘T’ of Aioi Bridge, Hiroshima, (pink with spot lights)

FIONA AMUNDSEN

FIONA AMUNDSEN

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