Welcome to Photograph Melbourne
Photograph Melbourne is a photographic undertaking in its infancy. Far from being an eclectic selection or the best photos in a collection - it is the collection as a whole. 689 Melbourne images and counting.
We've got images of Melbourne, waking up in the morn' and coming out to party at night. We've got images of Melbourne's showpiece attractions and its graffitied back alleys. We've got images of Melbourne's fabulous festivals and a city going about the mundane and everyday.
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The 1.83 million residents of Perth, Australia like to boast that their city is the world's most isolated. As the capital of Western Australia, the giant state which covers a third of this huge continent, it's as far from Sydney, the nation's capital, as New York is from San Francisco — about five hours by jet, with great empty spaces in between.
As Australia's cultural capital and second-largest city, Melbourne draws visitors from far and wide. Taking a walk through the city can feel like a trip back in time, as you admire the Victorian architecture and classical gardens. Yet there is a thriving modern arts and culture scene as well that puts Melbourne in touch with the present as well as the past.
Of all of Australia's mining towns, Coober Pedy is the most unique. Here, in South Australia, it lies in a desolated area that's hard to fathom — a flat, stony, utterly barren off-white desert. Hidden beneath this barren landscape lie riches beyond some men's wildest dreams. Here, rugged men mine opals.
We've got images of green trams and yellow cabs, of Flinders Lane and Federation Square, of tennis at the Australian Open and animals at the Royal Melbourne Show. Of a Bourke Street busker, of Carlton, of St. Kilda, Brunswick and Fitzroy, of the Melbourne Aquarium and the Flinder's Street Station Clocks.
It's Melbourne with it's vibrancy. It's Melbourne with it's history. It's Melbourne with its insecurities. And it's Melbourne with its cast of millions. I hope you enjoy Photograph Melbourne