Flickr’ing Melbourne

There is much about Melbourne that I’ve yet to see. I’ve lived here for my entire life.

Photography is a way to see something in the eyes of the photographer, another perspective.

It’s one of the reasons why I like seeing photos of Melbourne, especially of things and places I’ve not seen before. Or I may have passed by many times and not taken much notice of.

Each Metroblogging City has their own Flickr Group, Melbourne’s group pool has some very nice photos. Some of which if it didn’t say where it was taken, I’d have no idea where they were taken.

Melbourne Flickr Group has a lot more photos in it.

In the weeks leading up to Christmas I was starting to take a few more photos of my adventures around Melbourne. Mostly just sight-seeing at the various beaches along our coast. From Frankston beach, to Brighton, and as far as to Williamstown beach.

One place I regret not taking my camera to was Point Gellibrand (over in Williamstown). If you ever head to Point Gellibrand, stop and walk along the rocks. From there you get a fairly good view of the CBD’s skyline.

Also the Williamstown Lighthouse/Timeball Tower is an interesting structure.

That’s what I love about Melbourne. There’s so much to see, yet I know I won’t be able to see it all very quickly. But I intend to see as much of it as I can.

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