Friday, January 12, 2007

The pub crawl, continued


Continuing our visit... From the outside looking in, I take a peek inside this bar located in the Sydney Cove Passenger Terminal. Located right across the bay from the Opera House, it would offer pretty spectacular views at night! At 7 am it is flooded in bright morning sun, but closed. Do you like the colour scheme here, the red bar stools, the patterned floor, the warm tones?
Espion venu du dehors, je plaque mes mains contre la vitre pour regarder l'intérieur. Ce bar est situé juste en face de l'opéra, la vue de nuit doit y être spectaculaire. . A sept heures du matin, il est encore fermé mais inondé de soleil. Aimez-vous cette déco, le bar en bois massif, les tons chauds au sol, les tabourets de bar rouges, les banquettes en skai vert ?

12 comments:

Olivier said...

j'aime beaucoup ce genre de bar, et ces tabourets.

Chris & Deb said...

I do like the color scheme! Very warm and inviting. It would be interesting to see the same shot photographed at night!

photowannabe said...

I do like the color scheme. It doesn't have that dark dingy look.
A night time picture would be interesting to see too.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I love the floors. And thanks for the series of photos on pubs.

Meg in Nelson said...

The warm tones are so 70's - we got rid of all those colors from our house about 7 years ago...

GiuCe said...

I like everything in that place ^^ ...natural light inside is very nice!!!

alice said...

Les tons chauds, l'éclairage, le petit côté "années 70",la vue qui doit être superbe, il me tente bien ce pub...

hpy said...

J'y irais bien voir un coup.

Lisi said...

the sunlight, the colors and the floor somehow make this place very attractive...I would like to be there for a cup of coffee and breakfast!

Kris said...

i dont know i'Ve always love such photos, in fact i took one the other day..will show it later :)

Cergie said...

Très chaleureux, oui
Tu

Cergie said...

Tu as de la chance de pouvoir fréquenter tant d'endroits différents et si vivants
En plus le soleil est un bon auxilliaire pour enjoliver les photos