Melbourne’s latest shopping centre, the reinvented “Emporium Melbourne” opened its doors recently. Everybody’s talking about it, from breathless promoters of consumerism right through to heritage and architecture commentators.
Here’s my bit, no cash prizes for guessing which side of the opening day shopper queue I fall on.
Continue reading “Emporium Melbourne: the price of progress”
Little King Cafe, Chapter House Lane, Melbourne, Canon A-1, Fuji Natura 1600 35mm
Continue reading “A fleeting moment at Little King”
News today that the Melbourne Convention Centre (now known as the ‘former’ Melbourne Convention Centre) located on the corner of Flinders and Spencer Street is to be demolished. (Obituary, The Age)
Most wont shed a tear, but Melbourne’s photographic community may feel a little sad to see the rather unusual building go.
Here are just some of the images I’ve captured there over the years.
Holga 120N, Konica Minolta Centuria 100
Continue reading “Vale, Melbourne Convention Centre”
Melbourne has been struggling to deliver autumn once again this year. But since Easter we’ve seen a few of these mornings, with the sun burning through the mist. The end of Daylight savings gives us a better opportunity to meet the morning sun.
Continue reading “Flinders Street Station a.m. rush”