Sunday, May 25, 2014

Night views from the South bank, Melbourne

One fine Friday evening, my colleagues and myself decided to spend few hours along the South Bank to shoot the sunset and night views. We reached the bank near St. Kilda raod well ahead of the sunset and scouted for locations upto Queensbridge Street.

Dry summer did not produced dramatic sunset colours we wished and without wasting time we positioned ourselves at our premarked locations for the night shots. The night shots taken over the next one hour were rewarding enough. Next, we waited for the number people on the foot bridges to come down for better and closer views of the bridges. Unfortunately we got dissappointed as the lights on the bridges across the river were switched off by the time we got on, most probably to save energy. Here are my favourite clicks from the evening/night photoshoot.

View from South bank, Melbourne
Lamp-posts add glamour to the South Bank

Southbank footbridge, Flinders street railway station, and skyscrapers add beauty

Ponyfish Island is fully packed with diners

Sandridge bridge and some more skyscrapers

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