Today I am having a bit of fun in post-production. I wanted to give a touch of old 18th century to this photo. Ayutthaya was founded in the 14th century and you can easily walk from an historical site to the next one.
Oh yes, also this old mark of Melbourne will be redeveloped, re-furbished, rebuilt in a new shiny magnetic apartment block. It was on the local newspaper last Thursday. Let's just hope in a good architect and developer!!
Let's start this week with something very unusual in the outback, a 007 car. I looked for James Bond around, but nowhere, only two car lovers that challenged the desert, with the hope to avoid possible sand storms.
Back to Daylesford town, right in the centre. Unfortunately this little cafe' was closed, I would have really enjoyed spending sometime there, drinking a coffee and reading my book. I found the typical English red door quite interesting in this context.
It's time for Daylesford. One thing you soon realize here is the town era, clearly late 1800, when it was enough to move a stone to find the gold. Today's gold is the tourism, the food, the wine and a beautiful town
The Majesty's Theatre in the night is just so vintage. I stopped there to make a photo and I started straight away thinking about the old style I should give to this photo. How do I like the end result? Very 70s...
How rare is to find an old fashion petrol station in the city centre area? I do not really need petrol for my push bike, ahahah, but how could I not stop here to make some interesting grungy photos. Lovely vintage corner of Collingwood.
Can a changing room be a source of inspiration. The result is above and below. This is actually the changing room of a swimming pool connected to a Fitness First in St.Kilda East (a better gym changing room is available for your records). I found it so Eastern European style, it reminded me a lot of Prague, Bratislava or even →
Old house and perfect retro car left open in Port Melbourne streets, what a cracking combination. Just so lucky I was riding through that street, in a sunny early morning.
This is a small selection of today's pictures with an old style preset. I want to expand this section with new photos as I love this antique effect applied to Melbourne corners. The featured picture above is the London Pub, in Port Melbourne, facing the beach. It somehow remembers me a UK, and not only for its name, though no →