The Changing Seasons – November

It seems like only yesterday that I wrote my first Changing Seasons post.  That was back in January, now here we are in November with only a month to go before the series is complete.

The weather has been warmer this month so I’ve been out a few times wandering the streets of the city taking lots of photos to share with you.  I hope you enjoy this month’s gallery.

 

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  1. Excellent gallery. I especially love the tattoo style street art.

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  2. I love your street photography and the black and white images, I also enjoy the architecture. I shall miss Melbourne 🙂

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    1. Thanks Jude. I appreciate the feedback and am glad you’ve enjoyed them. I’ve been a bit lax with my posting over the last few months relying mainly on this series. I aim to get a bit more active in the new year so hopefully you’ll see a lot more of my beautiful city.

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  3. Great shots! I love the one of the Swanston street bridge – busy, busy people scurrying along with huge buildings in the background – another great shot of city life!

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    1. Thanks Jennie. I’m pleased you like them. It’s nice hearing from everyone about which one/s they like best. x

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  4. A great series by a great photographer. Well done sis.

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    1. Thanks Tere. You’re too kind. x

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  5. Wonderful photos Michelle! That one of the woman checking her phone in front of the graffiti of the girl looking up at her is priceless. And the wedding shots are wonderful too. Love this gallery!

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    1. Thanks DJ. They’re a combination of photos taken over several shoots this month including an Instameet last Friday evening which was lots of fun.

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      1. The InstaMeet looks so cool. I saw it on IG after the fact in Brisbane. I don’t know how I didn’t know about it!! Next time!

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        1. Same for me – this was my first one. Not sure how I missed them all this time.

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  6. Your beautiful images make me miss my home town even more…

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely words. I’m glad you liked my photos.

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  7. Great photos. It feels like a busy city!

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    1. Thank you! Yes Melbourne is very busy at times.

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