Urban exploration in Travancore, Melbourne
Recently I have seen friends and colleagues taking the international trip either for conferences or personal holidays. I am still weary to do that. Simply there is too much potential troubles abroad. Better to keep it simple.
Some self help articles on line talks about routine is not great for us. In fact, routine keep most of us sane and steady. Occasionally, taking time to do things differently would be sufficient.
Travancore has been an area of interest for some time. I am more scared of the traffic in the area where many highways intersect. Parking in the area is also impossible as well. However, I finally take the leap to walk around the whole underside of freeways. The place stank like hell. People could be locked out anytime since the entrance is through a secret lock gate tacked away in a corner in a park.
I mainly use Laowa 9mm f5.6 purely for the perspective and patterns.
That is the lot :)
Keywords: 9mm, australia, exploration, f5.6, geometry, laowa, leading, lines, melbourne, pattern, photography, roentare, scenery, travancore, urban, urbex, victoria
...gorgeous images, some make me dizzy!
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