Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban


This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge really appeals to me. As much as I enjoy capturing seascapes and mountains vistas, I am always on the lookout  for those visual expressions of a city that capture the vibration of life. If you look closely, you will notice that an urban landscape can communicate so much about the community of citizens who live, work and play there (even when people are not the main subject of the photograph). Urban photography shots provide cultural, social, economical, and ecological context all at once, and can capture social tension.” I think these three photographs convey all of those aspects. The photos were taken in Fitzroy and East Brunswick (urban areas of Melbourne, Australia).

As always, comments much appreciated.

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10 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

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  2. cool series … perfectly captures the theme, especially that first shot!!!

  3. Great series. The photo of the mural was striking.

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  5. jakesprinter says:

    Excellent work my friend :)

  6. All of these definitely have an urban feel!

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