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Old October 5 2013, 06:08 AM   #16
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Re: Graffiti/Street Art

So finally did some non blog pics.. these are of Hosier Lane (Melbourne, Australia), an area of several interconnected cobblestone laneways it is legal to paint in. Personally I prefer the illegal backways of Fitzroy and Richmond for street art but this is where I was the other day.

You have pay close attention here, full of nooks and crannies and commentary..

Sweeping view of one wall..

See that little rectangle where a brick fell out..

If you peer inside you find..

Here's another wall with many messages waaaay up high..

And a close up of one of them..

Movida Next Door opens onto the alley.. and the temptation of tapas and drinks

The graffiti goes up very high and also paints the ground white..

And here's your bonus pic of the city center with Flinder's Street, our major train station in the center (the domed building). The graffiti pics are a 2 minute walk from this off the street going to the right.


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