Old photos from April 2006

Another in my series of old photos from ten years ago

One night while driving across town I decided to snap some pictures around the docks. It was only after I stopped the car and took a few photos that I realised how dodgy it probably looked.
Swanston Dock, April 2006

A panoramic view along Spencer Street, outside Southern Cross Station. Note the lack of Media House on the left. And the whole area seems quieter back then that it is now.

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A panoramic view along platform 2, inside Southern Cross Station.

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Mucking about on a huge pile of tanbark at a local park.
King of the tanbark!

Around this time I did a few timelapses around the house. Here I am constructing an IKEA Gorm shelf unit. These are tough but ugly. Initially it went into the (small) spare room, until the spare room became a bedroom. It lives on in my laundry.
Building an Ikea Gorm
(Animation made using GIFmaker)

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2 Replies to “Old photos from April 2006”

  1. I love how the person in the background in the GIF gets progressively more and more comfortable until they’re on the floor.

  2. Southern Cross Platform 2 + councourse looked much nicer empty…. No stupid gates and shops in the middle of walkways…

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