green is the new black

By: Kirsty

Aug 08 2010

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Category: Daily Photos, human constructs, people


Focal Length:70mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS-1D Mark II

I’ve been in the city for a while now and I’m adjusting. I have found there are still green places here. The inhabitants are very interesting, if a little unusual at times.

I am dedicating this post  to one of my favourite bloggers, Fundamental Jelly. He always inspires me with his clever and witty way of seeing the world.

15 comments on “green is the new black”

  1. I have to say that you do much better with a “GREEN” composition than I, dear astiste! Love it!!!!!

  2. That’s “artiste” not astiste. Sorry!

  3. Being in the city provides so many rich opportunities for your talent!

  4. A lot of green but only a little is ‘living’—but a little is better than NONE!
    Green tea too. Yep. Some green gunpowder tea or Ancient Emerald Lily might help. Yep. Eat the sun whenever possible aka fruits & veggies! Yum.

    • lol – This photo is a little unfair in its portrayal of Prahran. This spot is actually just across the road from a wonderful fresh fruit and vegetable market, one of the best in Melbourne. I was there today buying lots of yummy healthy food. No green tea though. Just fresh ground coffee (my favourite) :).

      • Well now that is interesting. You have any photos of the market to post?
        –Yep, here through link you ‘sen’t. Am I the only one having issues connecting? if so then it’s all MOI’s blog. Hmm…a mystery. LOL.

  5. Haha, that’s sweet Kirsty. I could say the same thing about you…in fact, I do say the same thing. Thank you my friend, and yes, I totally love the shot.

    • ah yes, I was thinking that if we had both been there at the same time we would have taken pretty much the same shot, or at least at the same moment, but then again you would have been shooting from low down (as you do) 🙂

  6. Haha, I love this, especially accompanied with the statement you have discovered ‘green spaces’ (its kinda like going to the country and saying you discovered civilisation with the photo of a brick?! ….Maybe…?!)

    Anyway, I love tree head.

  7. What a lovely shade of green Kirsty! Love the matching colour in your theme too:)

  8. Hmm, I hope this is not ‘stuck’ here–just that you’ve been too busy to play in blogland. HI

  9. Hi Eva,
    I have been stuck in some other strange place (called caring for sick Mother land) but I am now back.

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