I finally managed to find time to get into the city very early this morning to take some shots for this month’s Changing Seasons series. This photo challenge, initiated by blogging friend Cardinal Guzman, is about photographing our city each month to illustrate how it changes over the year. You can view my previous posts here for January, February, March and April.
For May I took my first shots around the usual starting point of Flinders Street Station and Federation Square and then walked up Collins Street taking more photos along the way.
Although we are well into Autumn the weather was not so cold, probably around 15 degrees. Despite the mild temperature some people were wearing their winter gear which in Melbourne is typically a coat, boots and scarf. The Plane trees that line many of the city streets are now almost bare with the leaves scattered over footpaths and filling the gutters waiting for a Council worker to come and sweep them up.
Autumn is my favourite time of the year in Melbourne and I really enjoyed walking the city streets taking this month’s shots.