7 comments on “Painting Trains

    • Cheers mate. Just said to another friend, it’s so hard to find time these days to actually get the camera out for a walk. Must be done more. Happy snapping. And wedding planning.πŸ™‚

  1. hrrm…. lots of tags, not much interesting piece work though…? I expect better of Melbourne writers! But then I’ve recently been in San Lorenzo in Rome, where the street art is absolutely exceptional.

    • Heh heh- Western suburbs mate. Don’t know what your local equivalent would be, but shall we settle for ‘the other side of the tracks’. To be fair, there were a few better pieces on some of the trucks, but for the most part it was more of a playground, and I wanted to capture the interplay between colour/art and the trucks themselves. It’s not a legit art site. If you head into central Melbourne there’s some fantastic work, particularly the alleyways. Maybe I should showcase some of that sometime…πŸ™‚ Though tbh there’s enough photographers out there shooting Melbourne’s street art. I found the railyard an interesting and somewhat unique photo opportunity so went with that one. If I get a chance to wander the alleyways one time, I’ll dedicate the post just for you…πŸ˜€

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