I’m fairly certain this is the same stretch of road as seen in this photo.
Slightly different viewpoint with a bit more space.
If I remember correctly this was a quick shot. The other photo took a bit of time due to a few cars coming by.
This feels a little flat, but it gets across an idea of how sunny it was at the time. It not showing any people gives a slightly empty and dry feel too, I think.
This is my submission into Leanne Cole‘s “Monochrome Madness” for this week. Participating is pretty straightforward and something I recommend. If you do, then include the tag “monochrome-madness” in your post.
If not participating, then at the least check out Leanne’s photography as well as what other people submit.
A lot of what people are submitting will likely end up here.
I hope you enjoy.
That is a good leading line, the poles. Where do they go?
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My understanding is that, at the very least they go down to Queen Victoria Hospital, a heritage-listed property that, when in operation, was used to treat patients with tuberculosis. I’m fairly certain the poles go past it in a roughly southwestern direction, but I’m not sure what lies beyond.