Webb Bridge at The Blue Hour
Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria View On Black Last night I returned to Webb Bridge at just the right moment after sunset; the photographer's favourite "Blue Hour". But I had to be quick, as the best part of the Blue Hour only lasted about 15 mins before the clouds blew in. Between hoards of Christmas party revellers and cyclists, I snapped a few 10 second exposures. I'm very happy with the result. Merry Christmas to you all!
Melbourne City Laneways
Some of the most important and unique public spaces are provided by Melbourne's Laneways. An environment for enjoyable social interaction also playing a key part in the vitality and identity of Melbourne.
Another Australian blue hour shot, this time at dusk: the Chinatown arch in Little Bourke Street in Melbourne. Nikon D300 | Sigma 10-20@10mm | ƒ10 | ISO 500 | Handheld | HDR -1/0/+1exp www.SergioAmiti.com | Request license via GettyImages
Melbourne in the 1970's
The Causeway 1976 Brilliant photographs of Melbourne's people, streets and locations in the 1970's by Photographer David Wadelton. You can view more of David's wonderful photography at the Northcote Hysterical Society on Flickr. Many thanks to David for allowing me to share his work here. Enjoy! Fitzroy 1977 Flinders Street Station 1976 Myer Pen Department 1976 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne 1976 Chat n Chew Diner Melbourne 1977 Herald boys skylarking 1976 Flower Clock 1977 Swan Street…
Block Arcade, Collins Street – Mark Strizic , 1967 Still looks much the same. Arcades (& lanes) are wonderful in Melbourne city and help make the city different to the other capitals in Australia