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Saturday morning flight

Another test flight on a nice calm morning down by Aami Stadium and the Yarra river.

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Prima Pearl is starting to put it’s mark on Melbourne with some fantastic sunset reflections. This view is down William Street from La Trobe Street and Flagstaff station.

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Great time of year to be in Melbourne, their seems to be a twinkle in everybody’s eye today – winter is over! Good luck to both teams in tomorrow’s Grand Final.

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Webb Bridge as seen through the Holga Pinhole with some expired Velvia 50 (hence the whacky purple sky).

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A series shot with the Holga 120 Wide Panoramic Pinhole Camera around Melbourne

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Autumn at Birrarung Marr

It’s a beautiful time of year to get out into Melbourne’s parks and gardens.

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Sunday night looking down on the World’s Best Stadium.

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Bolte Bridge – Mirrored Panorama ii

See this in higher resolution here.

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Melbourne Cityscape

A brilliant sunset was followed by a beautiful twilight last night. This location is not readily accessible at the moment, but offers the best water fronted view of the Melbourne skyline, perhaps with the exception of a long lens shot from Williamstown. There are plans in place to open up this area to the public […]

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Everyone is back to work, and most are driving their cars again. The photo doesn’t show it, but the temperature was 23 degrees with a light sea breeze. I had a lovely cycle home. 10 years ago, this was not a critical issue – car traffic was bearable and only really noticeable during peak times. […]

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Riding the Rhino

Gillie and Marc have created 3 bronze rhinos as part of an installation at Federation Square. This article in The Economist looks at the rise of Rhino-Poaching which is currently reaching crisis levels. It came as a shock to me that this sort of thing is not only still happening, but getting worse, despite the […]

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Some great tunes, smiling people and positive atmosphere at Melbourne’s first African Festival at Federation Square last weekend.