Melbourne Daily Photo – A wall of all Nations at the Public House in South Melbourne

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Public housing in Melbourne was really well thought, location wise. I guess the original idea was to spread all these buildings around the city, one each area. In this way they avoided a concentration of them in a far away suburb, with possible critical consequences, as it happened in Paris 2 years ago, or in any other big city in Europe today. Mixing people living in the public house with the locals, wherever they are, that’s the message. The bad part of it is the poor architecture design used for these buildings. I believe they deserve a better, nicer, more welcome design. I would be more than happy to pay more tax for that, and possibly move some money used for our MP’s salary to a better environment. In South Melbourne I found this wall which I felt in love with. One side used as an artistic canvas, the other side used as a tennis half court.


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Stefano Ferro
Stefano is a cycling, movie and life style photographer with a big love for landscape & travel photography. When in Melbourne, his hometown, you will see him cycling around at sunset or sunrise looking for the best spot for a photo of this beautiful city. It is quite amazing how much photography gear he can pack on his bike :o

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