A sleepy time of day in a sleepy little town…
A day in the life: Pt.19
04:00:39pm. Flinders Street Station.
I’ve had this shot in mind for some time, and this exercise gave me the perfect opportunity to implement it… a familiar (some would say iconic) Melbourne location, shot with a longer exposure than is generally the case. The stormy clouds in the frame lived up to their fearsome appearance; by the end of the exposure, it was already starting to rain…
A day in the life: Pt.13
02:10:53pm. Princes Pier.
Just a quick turn to the left from my last shot, is a very familiar shape… to me it’s a symbol for escape, adventure, family, and maybe even home…
A day in the life: Pt.12
02:07:07pm. Princes Pier.
I keep returning to this location; there’s something about it that seems to draw in photographers, and draw them back. On this day, I was seeking a new angle, looking for patterns and textures and forms at a different level…
A day in the life: Pt.7
11:43:49am. St Kilda Pier.
I thought the Pier might produce something of interest – seagulls, or people fishing, or penguins, or some combination thereof. As it turned out, the view from the Pier was better than the view of the Pier, as the storm clouds gathered above the city…
Melbourne 365: Day 339
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Melbourne 365: Day 276
Shapes and lights in the distance. We build our future on the bones of our past. We don’t yet know its shape, but we feel the weight pushing down the foundations of our memories. Always down…
Melbourne 365: Day 270
The old and the new sit alongside each other, watching, waiting, wondering what could have been, or what might yet be…