Hosier lane has often some fleeting and interesting graffiti. We were in town for dinner. This one speaks volumes, but I feel that its fleetingness will do society a disservice.
North Melbourne and West Melbourne are inner suburbs north of the CBD. They have been changing rapidly since we moved to the west in late 2000. There is currently a major infrastructure project being undertaken. It will irrevocably change the appearance atmosphere and function of the suburb. I recently visited there with this in mind and as part of an ongoing collaborative project with Gary. I learned several things. Some of these point to the history of the suburb, in particular its 20th century industrial past, others to where there may be big physical changes.
I used my time to make some digital pictures that will help me chart the changes as they occur and build on the existing collaboration with Gary. They will also enable me when I return with film cameras to make good choices in composition, and lighting.
That just keeps on giving!
The exhibition I am participating in Adelaide in is now being hung by Gary and Paul. Gary has been writing some fabulous articles about it all, this link takes you through to one. So fabulous I’m not saying too much either way. Here’s another out take from the show.
we celebrate the three significant dates in our lives, 2 birthdays and a wedding anniversary. This weekend was one of those events, we spent the night at a fancy hotel in South Yarra. These hotels have spectacular views of the surrounding metropolis. I could not help myself and made a few pictures as the sun… Continue reading Three times a year…
Leaving Fed Square an hour and a half later. What a difference! It was raining so hard I only dared pull out my tiny point and shoot Canon camera!
This weekend at Federation square there was a Multicultural festival celebrating Buddha’s day. I wandered past on my way to the NGV Ian Potter centre and was compelled to make a couple of pictures.