Thursday, December 16, 2004

The view from Spencer

Chimney covered in eco-graffiti Melbourne CBD
I took these while waiting for the train to Ballarat to arrive at Spencer Street Station, the Sunday before last.

7 Comments:

At 4:03 pm, Blogger Carol said...

Hey, Merry Almost-Christmas.

Saw your link at Owlies,and thought I'd pop in to spread a little holiday cheer and remind you to spread a little holiday sunscreen. (my lame attempt at humor because Aussie Christmas is in Summer)

It's very unChristmaslike here in Pakistan. Being a former Chicagoan, I'm used to ice, snow and wind up the wazzzo, but here it's a sunny 22C daytime, my sunglasses are still my best friend and my winter clothes are too warm till the sun goes down.

I really respect your work to reach Christian youth. Keep up the good work. It's sorely needed in this day and age.

 
At 1:05 am, Blogger Christop said...

Hi Carol, thanks heaps once again for your encouragment, and I hope you have a great Christmas in Pakistan as well.
The odds are that on Christmas day we'll get sun, cloud, thunder, lightning, hail, snow and a cyclone. The weather in Melbourne is so unpredictable.

 
At 2:04 am, Blogger Taqwa said...

According to a canadian friend of mine, Sydney has stealth-weather™

Who knows what may come sneaking up on christmas?

 
At 2:08 am, Blogger Asi said...

hello,

just been going trough my blog comments and noticed one by you a while back so decided to pop down n pay u a visit.

Nice blog u have ere, loving the pictures, very impressive.

Thanks for the comment.

Take CAre and Merry xmas (if u celebrate it)

ciao
-Aasiya

 
At 12:09 pm, Blogger blondzila said...

We don't take the train near enough here where I live. The view you show reminds me of a train ride I took while on business in the US - through the older cities in Connecticut. Very similar. Lovely pictures.

 
At 5:05 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey they look a bit like scenes from Ghostbusters. I've always liked that old post office building on the corner -- grime has built up on enough that it brins out the contours really well.
Merry Christmas Christop.
- yak sox

 
At 2:44 pm, Blogger Christop said...

Thanks everyone. And happy Christmas to eveyone else who celebrates it in some form. Otherwise, have a Happy New Year! (That shouldn't offend anyone.)

 

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