Winter in Melbourne

A few pictures from Friday.

Bentleigh Station, 9am
Bentleigh station, 9am.

Collins Place, 9:30am
Collins Place, 9:30am — The fog had lifted a bit in the city, but it was still evident a few hundred metres up.

Swanston Street, lunchtime
Swanston Street, 1:30pm — By lunchtime it was quite hazy.

Chinatown
Swanston Street, entrance to Chinatown, 7pm — In the evening it got cold and dark quite quickly, and gradually the fog descended again.

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3 Replies to “Winter in Melbourne”

  1. Nice pictures! Thanks for sharing. We never get that much of a fog in the Ottawa area. But Halifax gets it, seeing as they’re close to the ocean.

  2. And it only got worse later in the evening, in the city and inner suburbs at least. I had an exam finish at 8PM and driving home it was getting to the point where I was uncomfortable driving. Of course, when I got home to Keilor it was almost completely clear.

  3. you should’ve seen the eureka tower in the late morning when the sun first came out…the gold part was reflecting rays of light like mad. it wouldn’t have noticed, but as i biked over the prices bridge i saw everyone holding their phones up staring with their mouths open. it was quite cool.

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