This photography was one I snapped in probably my favourite suburb in Melbourne- Prahran. The photo itself is largely a celebration of not only one of my favourite colours, but also architecture. As you can see in my previous posts- weathered, old style buildings make for some of my favourite photos. The symmetry in this one (however unintentional) helped complete the photo for me.
The unhinged construction beams hanging by a thread accompanied by the rusty exterior of this abandoned furniture warehouse made for a great showcase of one of my favourite colours: light blue. The beams dangling actually helped with the composition allowing for some organised chaos in this otherwise basic photo. No filter is needed to have this image give off a rustic retro vibe which I enjoy having in my photos- the weathered look of this building did this naturally.
Yet another retro style laundry with a neon sign which made for a colourful and visually appealing photo reminiscent of the 1980s. The weathered red tiles also fuelled this aesthetic, if only I had walked past this at night to make the most of the neon lights…
I saw this ambiguous building under construction and instantly noticed its dystopian architectural repetition- one of my favourite qualities about this photo. Another thing I liked was its bleak grey colour which added to the aforementioned dystopian appearance.
This photo is a essentially a celebration of my 3 favourite aesthetics: the colour orange, florals and vintage vehicles- in this case, a vespa which I found parked in Melbourne’s most popular laneway food/coffee hotspot: ‘Degraves St’.
What I thought was a nice composition of textures and colours. The hot pink wall really stood out to me.
The spectacular architectural building within the Melbourne Central shopping complex made for an interesting flick. The translucent roof and patterned structural framework was like looking up into a dystopian vortex. I enjoyed this particular photo because of the contrast in architecture- the old style building alongside the modern roof framework.