If you ask us to choose between being in the city or being in the ocean, the ocean wins on most occasions! But sometimes, a wander around the Docklands of Melbourne at night has a special appeal.
So during crisp winter evenings, I sometimes take the opportunity to experiment with night photography in the company of photographer friend, Leanne Cole: no Milky Way, no starry nights, but sunsets, the magic blue hour and plenty of illuminations and reflections as the city buildings light up.
Here is a small gallery of those experiments:
13 thoughts on “Melbourne at night”
We were put onto your lovely blog by our friend Meredith who rowed beside you in Port MacQuarie.
We are a couple who cruise in our 38′ Seawind 1160 ‘Nimrod’, and also enjoy photography.
This our blog. http://nimrodcat.blogspot.com.au
I hope our paths cross one day.
Dave and George
Hi Dave and George, nice to get your visit. Feel free to click on ‘Follow’ to get notification of our regular posts via email. We are off to visit your site now! Chris & Wade
You got some great shots Chris, you did really well.
Thanks Teach! i enjoyed it and learnt lots😊.
Now these are great colourful shots at night, beautiful Chris.
Hi Sue – yes the blue hour, about an hour after sunset produces amazing colour.
there are many construction cranes in the sky line. cheers
True… Like it or not that’s Melbourne!
Lovely, vibrant colourful set!
Yes I am pleased with them. Thanks Sue!
Thank you Cybele! It was a fun thing to do.