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    View of the city from yarra river, melbourne.



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    Cool...
    I like the skies. Which part of the Yarra River was this taken? What film did u use?

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    Just beside the bridge, erm opposite Flinder's street station.

    Taken with powershot G1, no film

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    Originally posted by Keito
    Just beside the bridge, erm opposite Flinder's street station.

    Taken with powershot G1, no film
    Flinder's street station is the biggest station in melbourne if I'm not wrong. Hav u taken a photo of the station with the big clock?

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    Originally posted by Keito
    Just beside the bridge, erm opposite Flinder's street station.

    Taken with powershot G1, no film
    Oh ok.....

    On my trip to Melb. last year, I spent most of my 11 days there rushing to many places. Didn't really stop to take pics. Must make more time to take pics on my next trip there.

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    Originally posted by makan007

    Flinder's street station is the biggest station in melbourne if I'm not wrong. Hav u taken a photo of the station with the big clock?
    hm i did, but the clock not realli that big

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    Originally posted by KoolBlue


    Oh ok.....

    On my trip to Melb. last year, I spent most of my 11 days there rushing to many places. Didn't really stop to take pics. Must make more time to take pics on my next trip there.
    alot of scenic places in melbourne

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    Originally posted by Keito


    hm i did, but the clock not realli that big
    Post let me see.

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    Hehehe, I'm looking at the clock tower right outside my apartment window right now.

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    Originally posted by Kit
    Hehehe, I'm looking at the clock tower right outside my apartment window right now.
    You stay in Melbourne? Pay u a visit when I'm free next time.

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    makan007:
    Erm not well taken, kit should have a better pic

    Kit:
    Oh u living in melbourne ... great place

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    Sure!!! I'm staying directly opposite Flinders Street station beside Young and Jackson bar.

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    Yes it is. But the weather is a bit off this year. Although its the last week of summer, it feels like early winter already.

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    Originally posted by Keito


    hm i did, but the clock not realli that big
    It's not about the clock at the top, but those clocks below. It's also a meeting point for people. Thus the popular qoute "Under the clock".
    Opposite is the famous "Young and Jackson" watering hole. There is an infamous pic of a nude lady at the second floor.
    Diagonally across the street is the Cathedral.

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    woo...nice shot....btw u all live in melbourne ah...all studying izzit...cause i kinda interested to pursue degree there hehe....and take sum great photos too lar

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    Boy, do i miss home.

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    Originally posted by rochkoh
    Boy, do i miss home.
    miss home??

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    Originally posted by Keito


    miss home??
    It's a wonderful place to call home!
    And the people there really make you feel at home.

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