Wednesday, July 25, 2012

St Kilda Pier

Hi V ... The board walk of St Kilda Pier stretches toward the yachts with masts imitating the city skyline.  Like any city the face of Melbourne is ever changing. The pier is neater than it used to be, the vessels in the marina have multiplied and the city buildings have spread across the sky line and compete for height. The tallest is the Rialto standing well above the rest.  I will post a photo of this building tomorrow.  Although much has changed some traditions remain.  Fishermen still cast a line into the bay, people still stroll along the pier and the sea still sparkles with the sun. J.

12 comments:

  1. Cool composition Joe... I love the blend of skyline and sailboat masts in the distance!

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  2. Great post Joe. Somethings hardly change.

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  3. Lovely to see the masts intertwined with the city skyline ... The perfect place for an evening stroll.

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  4. It's my kind of place!
    Nice picture Joe. ;-)

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  5. Some things never change. Just love the way you've composed this one Joe, the nautically inspired skyline is fantastic.

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  6. I had no idea it was that large! The skyline reminds me of Chicago!

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  7. Very cool shot! I love the composition and the vertical and horizontal lines.

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  8. Lovely view and good comparison, masts are moving buildings. That pier looks so big and much more cleaner than Venice.

    Hugs

    Val

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  9. Great counterpoint between the boat masts and the distant skyline, Joe.

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  10. Lovely shot, Joe. Reminds me of many similar days I spent on that very pier when I lived in St Kilda.

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