the local on Flickr.Via Flickr:
restaurant and beer shop on Carlisle St.  There is a bar called the local on my street here in Seoul, but it doesn’t have a selection of beers that is no where near close to what this one does. 
Left overs from Melbourne
I’d like to try using this Kodak P3200 with an 85mm lens at some point…
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia High-res

the local on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
restaurant and beer shop on Carlisle St. There is a bar called the local on my street here in Seoul, but it doesn’t have a selection of beers that is no where near close to what this one does.

Left overs from Melbourne

I’d like to try using this Kodak P3200 with an 85mm lens at some point…

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

recommended by the shop on Flickr.Via Flickr:
The guy at the shop noticed my 50mm f1.2 and said it was a lens that was hard to come by there.  I should make an ebay business out of that!
Left overs from Melbourne
I’d like to try using this Kodak P3200 with an 85mm lens at some point…
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia High-res

recommended by the shop on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
The guy at the shop noticed my 50mm f1.2 and said it was a lens that was hard to come by there. I should make an ebay business out of that!

Left overs from Melbourne

I’d like to try using this Kodak P3200 with an 85mm lens at some point…

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

S & B on Flickr.
Via Flickr: These two lovely ladies are sisters from New Zealand. While I was waiting for the Melbourne flickr group meet-up, I approached them for they seem so young and full of excitement for what the day has to offer. They were waiting for their friends as well and I took that small window of opportunity.  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia High-res

S & B on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
These two lovely ladies are sisters from New Zealand. While I was waiting for the Melbourne flickr group meet-up, I approached them for they seem so young and full of excitement for what the day has to offer. They were waiting for their friends as well and I took that small window of opportunity.

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

no junk mail i on Flickr.Via Flickr:
this is such a strange idea to me that people put up a sign that says “No Junk Mail”.  Does this actually work?  I mean does a postal worker or the postal service actually sort through your mail and not insert any junk mail in your box?  Usually in the states, you have to contact the company directly or put yourself on PO Box or something.  I was quite amused by these signs everywhere.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia High-res

no junk mail i on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
this is such a strange idea to me that people put up a sign that says “No Junk Mail”. Does this actually work? I mean does a postal worker or the postal service actually sort through your mail and not insert any junk mail in your box? Usually in the states, you have to contact the company directly or put yourself on PO Box or something. I was quite amused by these signs everywhere.

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

teens on Flickr.Via Flickr:
struck a convo with a couple of chatty teens in front of a public restroom.  
“That’s an old camera you have.”
“Actually it’s not that old.  They still make these I thihnk.” 
“Are you a photographer?”
“Yeah”
“Are you from America?”
“Nah. I’m from Seoul.”
“Where is that?” 
“In… Asia..?”
“Oh.  Why do you have an American accent?”
And on…  That was part of pretty much every conversation I had with strangers while I was there.  I guess I do have a pretty strong CA accent and I do look like a tourist with a camera on my neck, if not many.  I came to terms with that self-image awhile ago.
After the brief moment of sharing a moment of alliance purely based on raw curiosity, an urge to kill time and the basic biological need to relieve ourselves in front of the occupied public bathroom, they were more than willing to pose for me before leaving the spot.  cool kids. 
For more photos of Melbourne, click here
st. kilda, melbourne, OZ High-res

teens on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
struck a convo with a couple of chatty teens in front of a public restroom.

“That’s an old camera you have.”
“Actually it’s not that old. They still make these I thihnk.”
“Are you a photographer?”
“Yeah”
“Are you from America?”
“Nah. I’m from Seoul.”
“Where is that?”
“In… Asia..?”
“Oh. Why do you have an American accent?”
And on… That was part of pretty much every conversation I had with strangers while I was there. I guess I do have a pretty strong CA accent and I do look like a tourist with a camera on my neck, if not many. I came to terms with that self-image awhile ago.

After the brief moment of sharing a moment of alliance purely based on raw curiosity, an urge to kill time and the basic biological need to relieve ourselves in front of the occupied public bathroom, they were more than willing to pose for me before leaving the spot. cool kids.

For more photos of Melbourne, click here

st. kilda, melbourne, OZ