Where the suburbs end #1 by athex

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Where the suburbs end #1 by 

first in a series of seven

Sony a55

My photographic intertests are broad. I like to explore the streets and industrial estates or sometimes absorb myself in a seascape. I change as my mood takes me and oportunities present themselves

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  • Albert
    Albertalmost 2 years ago

    Wonderful work!

  • Thank you Albert

    – athex

  • geof
    geofalmost 2 years ago

    cool shot

  • Thanks very much geof

    – athex

  • banrai
    banraialmost 2 years ago

    great series Alan

  • Thank you Terry much appreciated

    – athex

  • Andrew Paranavitana
    Andrew Paranav...almost 2 years ago

    Great find mate! This is fantastic.

  • Thank you Andrew – ended up with so many shots I got tangled up trying to select which ones to work on – must take it slower in future.

    – athex

  • Richard George
    Richard Georgealmost 2 years ago

    great series..this is my favourite

  • Thank you very much Richard

    – athex

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clarkalmost 2 years ago

    I like this one best. Its got a lonely feel to it!!! Great photo!!!

  • Thank you very much Carolyn ggod to read your opinion

    – athex

  • Ben Loveday
    Ben Lovedayalmost 2 years ago

    Often we discuss these sites, and the inevitable question arises: “How much per square metre?” The answer varies (typically between $100/ sqm and $400 / sqm). No other questions are asked, because the development formula is set: an extrusion of the desires of Australian suburbia. The thistle and the chair are hopelessly doomed, carted off to a landfill.. The wet patch, once a gum studded creek line, is filled in by civil engineers. The grass fights a losing battle, until geotextile membranes, weedkiller, and sterile lawn, ends its reign.

  • You are speaking my heart – thank you

    – athex

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