These structures designed by John Denton greet drivers heading south towards Melbourne via the Tullamarine Freeway or going north via the Bolte bridge out of the city towards Melbourne’s primary airport. Some call them the “Cheesesticks” but being red, I would liken them to toothpicks or those skinny salami sticks you sometimes get with your chhese squares and and so forth for nibbles at a party.
I’ve wanted to capture them with plastic for a while and today I found one of the best vantage points to do so for my purpose. Being from the completely other side of town, I wasn’t sure where best to go, but it’s amazing what you can do if you study a street map!
Here is a different perspective of three of them as seen against the cheerful yellow sound barrier protecting nearby residents from the noise of commuters busily commuting.
Diana 151 loaded with Fuji NPC 160 (I had reloaded the camera after the last shot in my portfolia)