Travel Photography 101 16/18

8 08 2008

Confessions, musings and tips from a snap-happy wanderer.

The Great Wall of Primer                                                    (Melbourne, Australia)

 

 

Always look both ways before you cross the road.

 

Or, more accurately, always look both ways when walking down the road! Check side streets and alleys for interesting shots. Sometimes you find quaint shops or hidden corners of the city untouched by commercialisation or modern development. Sometimes it can be intriguing shadows or unique graffiti, or perhaps a nice tunnel to frame whatever is at the far end. It is these tiny streets and curious alleys that often provide a glimpse into a city’s true identity and character.

 

Just make sure that nothing unwelcome is lurking in those shadows!

 

Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan

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