Next time you are in Bangkok try a boat trip through the klong, the channels that run through the city. You will avoid the car traffic and experience a new way of transportation. Very busy during peak office time, very easy going otherwise.
Every country you go you always find them around. It's just such a great design that has been lasting for over 40 years. I was here fully lost in the lanes of Bangkok.
This photo with all these lines remembered me the drawings that I used to color as a kid....and....I colored it as a kid..a bit of unusual style. How do you like it?
The unfinished work in Docklands. Does anybody know when is it going to be fixed? The published dates are back in 2011....
Silverton is the little outback town where Mad Max II was filmed.....many artists have moved there. It's a great slow place with lots of artistic inspiration.
Watch Southern Cross Station, from the side, from the top or from the bottom and you soon realize how wavy it is the all infrastructure. Was the Ocean the inspiration of this building? I am not sure of that, but that's what I see in it. How do you like this station?
Back to colours.....almost. I literally couldn't stop myself here. I had to park on the side and make a photo of this incredible sunset. I liked the contrast of the cars, used by people always on the run, and the nature, slowly changing.
I am not sure why, but when I think about Chinatown I always imagine it full of yellow taxi and with red lights all around. And here it is, all in this picture. It took me time to make this photo, but I believe well worth waiting for it.
I found this interesting place on the way to Fitzroy. I decided to pass by the MCG and..... what an interesting bridge to make a photo. There was such a traffic of trains, but not from the tunnel....just wait ....and here it is.....
I originally saw this place in the daylight and I found it quite interesting with the Princes highway that somehow weaves into the arch in the background, which I ironically called Arch de Docklands. The problem was that this is a parking place, quite busy as well, and the cars around just create so much "noise" in the photo. I →
Although this is not a picture of last night, this is how I imagine Bourke Street in the early hours of last night, after the boxing day with shops opened from 5am to midnight. What a marathon!! For real shopaholic. The shops are now sleeping, the last train is collecting the last motivated ones and the stores name are still →
Some of the train stations in Melbourne are so fascinating, don't you think? Look at this one, a mix of graffiti style close to the rail, and a typical Aussie style shed as a station. This is something you can see in the 60s and 70s Aussie movies. This is another great subject for my transportation photo subject , yes.
All roads take to the CBD when it is about business. This rail literally kidnapped my eyes along the tram line into the city, in a gentle and wavy way. The cloudy sky, that was opening up to a sunny say, helped to give a dramatic effect to the all picture.
I was looking for something that could give a bit of action into this station in Balaclava. I waited till the train arrived and tried to capture the train acceleration on the way out. I loved the blue colour of the train, which had an attractive contrast with the pastel colours all around the station. The vintage effect just gives the old time effect →
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.