We have been experiencing some amazing days lately in Melbourne. I couldn't stop myself from making a dreamy photo of an awesome sunset at the St.Kilda Harbour. After a long pause from MEL365.com , due to multiple reasons, here I am back with a new website interface with a better impact. Have a look around!!
This is the second photo I liked most of my day photographing water ski jump. It gives a good idea of how high these athletes fly
I was today at the water ski jumping making few photos of the water sports events. I loved the jumping session. Lots of adrenalin. Luckily it all went smoothly. In this photo the skier has lost control but he recovered promptly after few meters in the air.
Expect the unexpected in the outback, this is definitely a good advertisement for the red centre of Australia. I found a bra-tree, a bull skull used as decoration in the courtyard, a green valley in the middle of the desert and so much more. All of these photos come from areas close to Broken Hill (NSW). ...
This bubble maker knew his customers!! The kids were getting crazy around his performance. I was amazed myself by what he was doing with just few simple, although clearly very experienced, gestures. Walking in the streets of any city is always a great inspiration for new photos
I have seen this building other times, during either an exhibition or a show. This is the first time I see it completely empty and I was really impressed. Such a lovely building
Lycra is used by the most of the riders in Melbourne. I must say it is a comfortable material to wear when cycling, however not a great subject for photography. I loved instead this rider, almost coming out from a fashion show. Of course on a retro style bicycle.
Two of the most iconic Australian places, a stormy day and a panoramic view. In a sunny day it can be really packed, but not last Sunday.
Carlton is always a fascinating place to wonder around for some street photography. I must say I was a little bit surprised to see this big carrot around. It may fill many pizza tonight :))
As part of the project "Industrial Reverse Engineering" I visited the 798 Art District in Beijing, a converted industrial area. I was really amazed by the work of the local artists which they exceeded by a great margin any kind of expectations. It was also the opening day of the Lagerfeld Little Black Jacket photo ...