There’s often some interesting pictures to be had from the sixth floor of the renovated Myer store. I snapped these the other day.
And now for something completely different: anti-pigeon defences.
It’s probably gone mostly unnoticed, but over the past few years, various methods to prevent them roosting have become commonplace.
In the case of Caulfield station, they’ve put in a lot of netting that cordons off parts of the platform roof areas, including the tops of the signs. (I haven’t checked if they’ve fitted the sign above, which is in the subway.)