Coming back from a short visit to Melbourne left me tired and somewhat rejuvenated. I heard that to get to know and ‘explore’ Melbourne you have to do it on foot. Do the laneways. Walk some more. Eat, drink coffee, stop for some sweets, eat, and walk some more. And just absorb it all up. And that was exactly what I did.
As soon as I arrived I went straight to pick up a lens that I hired for the duration of my stay there. Armed with the 24-70mm (one of my dream lens), off I went to explore the city. And I gotta say, I loved it! Based on the quality of coffee alone, I could just pack up now and happily move there. I mean, seriously, you can close your eyes, do a spin, and point to a direction, follow that direction, and buy coffee from the first place you find, guarantee the coffee is gonna be GREAT. I don’t know how they do it, but they do it reaaaalllyyy well. I had no complains, and I am super picky when it comes to coffee.
I met some wonderful friends (planned meeting and by chance) who were so kind to show me more. I’ve captured hundreds of images, but for today I will only share you this one. This is one of my fave captures from the visit.
Nikon D90 | AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED | f/16 | 1/13 |
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love the picture….
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