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  • The Land Down Under: Melbourne's Graffiti Lane

    The Land Down Under: Melbourne's Graffiti Lane
    Since the 1990s, Melbourne has been home to some great street art, with two lanes, Hosier Lane and Rutledge Lane, being something like a giant, open air canvas for graffiti artists for years. Here's some amazing graffiti I had the chance to see during my stay in the city!
  • Australia Day: Stopover at Melbourne

    Australia Day: Stopover at Melbourne
    Australia Day is celebrated nation-wide on January 26th and commemorates the day the first fleet arrived in Sydney Cove, claiming Australia under British rule. On this day, you'll see a lot of green and gold and more southern-crosses than you will be able to count. This is my story about how my Australia Day was almost canceled last year.
  • Melbourne: Possibly My New Favourite Australian City

    Melbourne: Possibly My New Favourite Australian City
    In January of this year, my tennis-loving boyfriend and I headed to Melbourne to check out a few games at the Australian Open. I found myself loving the city more and more with each day of exploring. I had my lomography cameras along for the ride!
  • Join Me in the City of Melbourne for Some Urban Adventures!

    Join Me in the City of Melbourne for Some Urban Adventures!
    The busy bustle of the city can be all but too much for some, especially when it’s forced upon you like a bad vegetable. However, when you are mentally prepared to take in all the tantalizing colors and crazy times to be had, you can effortlessly line up a full day of crazy fun! So join me as we discover this together through a few different cameras!
  • Hosier Lane, Melbourne: the Famous Street Art Lane-Way

    Hosier Lane, Melbourne: the Famous Street Art Lane-Way
    In only the last 10 or so years, street art has gone from the 'vandalising' of tags to a celebrated art form in Melbourne. Hosier Lane is one of the most popular places to find some street art and is also very centrally located across from Federation Square in the city center. I headed here on a walking tour of the city and here is what I found.
  • Marvellous Melbourne in Black and White

    Marvellous Melbourne in Black and White
    Melbourne, my home city, is a mesmerising collection of landmarks and cityscapes. Thanks to the gold rush of the 1880s, much of inner Melbourne's architecture has a distinct Victorian character. Let me give you a snapshot of Melbourne's character through the wonderful Ilford chromogenic B&W.
  • Brighton Beach, Melbourne

    Brighton Beach, Melbourne
    Come and enjoy a warm summer evening at Brighton Beach. With the famous beach boxes behind you, a city view to your right and the sunset over the bay in front of you. Ah, the serenity!
  • Street Art City - Melbourne

    Street Art City - Melbourne
    Enjoyed 'Exit Through The Gift Shop'? Love yourself a bit of street-art? Stencils? Groovy graphically excellent graffiti? A veritable smorgasbord of street art awaits the discerning visitor to Melbourne, especially in Hosier Lane, but there are many other sweet street-art spots. Listen to me and I will give you some tips.
  • Seven Acre Rock - After the Bushfires

    Seven Acre Rock - After the Bushfires
    There on a rise, are blackened, charred tree trunks standing amongst stark white granite boulders which greeted our eyes when we decided to take a walk along a bush track one day to find something interesting to photograph in the Yarra Ranges National Park east of Melbourne. We just found Seven Acre Rock, after the bush fires.
  • Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne

    Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, Melbourne
    When I first moved to Melbourne a little over a year ago, I was out taking a long walk around the city, discovering new places in my new home when I stumbled across Carlton Gardens and the ever so gracious Royal Exhibition Building. Ever since it has been one of my favorite places for photography, and also every time I shoot here - include one or two photos of it with both my Diana Mini and Lomo LC-A, I can't see myself falling out of love with it anytime soon.
  • The Camberwell Gumwall

    The Camberwell Gumwall
    Is it Art? Is it Vandalism? Opinions are divided on the Camberwell Gumwall. What do you do with your chewing gum when it has lost it's flavor? In the Melbourne suburb of Camberwell is a wall that answers this question, or at least it does for the youth of the area!
  • Summer Wine

    Summer Wine
    "Strawberries cherries and an angel's kiss in spring. My summer wine is really made from all these things"
  • Along the Road of Silk and Honey ended almost 6 years ago

    Along the Road of Silk and Honey
    Photos from my travels along the Silk Road China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Russia with a stop over in the UK Taken on Digital 35mm, Horizon Perkect Panoramic and Lomo Fisheye cameras and printed on Canvas & Photo Paper.
  • Melbourne

    Melbourne
    They say one could never take a bad photograph when in Melbourne, Australia. I can't agree more and with a panoramic Lomo camera like Horizon, it makes your captured images of Melbourne even more endearing and memorable.
  • St. Kilda Beach

    St. Kilda Beach
    Look, who doesn't like the sun the beaches and the sand? Maybe the white loving look freaks like most of the East-Asians will definitely melt under the sun. LOL!