The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic buildings in the world. It has been photographed countless times since its construction started in 1958. It is its unique form that makes it so different and remarkable. There are few buildings, if any, that serves to define a nation’s identity, as much as the Sydney Opera House does. Many photographers choose to show to Opera House in the context of Sydney Harbour, but I thought it would be interesting to “focus” on the intricate structure itself. To show some of the individual parts that go to make the whole. Up close, it is possible to see the amazing detail and individual pieces that form the structure. Just as the building is unique, no two individual parts of the building are the same.