Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Stadium, Durban, South Africa

Pin It Lots of people photograph iconic architecture, so the challenge is to try and see it a bit differently. Stadiums are about people, they contain spectators - and people move into them before events, and out of them after events. And in-between, there isn't much movement, so they sit there like big UFO's.

So movement is a nice thing, here with a single solitary girl, dead-still on her mobile phone for some balance to the image. Maybe she couldn't find someone, or maybe they never came.

Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban - the iconic stadium built for the Soccer World Cup 2010, Nikon D700, June 2012


4 comments:

Alain Martheze said...

Awesome shot!

Anonymous said...

Isn't it time for another post?????

Peter Bendheim said...

Agreed - it is high time...coming soon!

Louisette said...

Woderfull shots in blog, greeting from Belgium