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QE2 Station Pier Melbourne by Mark Higgins
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The steam tug wattle pulls alongside the QE2 in
Port Phillip Bay Melbourne. Black & White
invokes a timeless quality and we could easily
be looking at the titanic in portsmouth harbour.

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qe2, bay, liner, melbourne, nautical, ocean, port, seascape, ship, stationpier

I look for design in everyday situations, Industrial grunge, typography, quirky landscapes, colour, form and anything with a design aesthetic that catches my eye. I completed a Diploma of Graphic Design and have continually worked in this field. I prefer to compose and design in-camera – my graphic design training taking over:) I return to fertile ground once in a while trying to improve previous pictures.

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  • Melinda Kerr
    Melinda Kerrabout 7 years ago

    Great shot Mark.

  • victor
    victorabout 7 years ago

    powerfull photo Mark, the human form and hard steel technology make a great combination.

  • Robert Knapman
    Robert Knapmanabout 7 years ago

    This is really great. Love the angle you have. Yes totally timeless.

  • Tiffany Dryburgh
    Tiffany Dryburghabout 7 years ago

    Timeless indeed. Love the angle, scale and the story.

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggieabout 7 years ago

    Turned it from a picture associated with rich people, to what could have been our story of migration. (The ships that brought us here and the ships that used to take ‘us’ {certainly my mother} back to the country of origin, for that first time back.)
    Very much agree: Great angle and scale.

  • MuscularTeeth
    MuscularTeethover 6 years ago

    very cool.

  • Joseph Rieg
    Joseph Riegover 5 years ago

    Great shot, we would love this in our group, World’s Cruise Ships.

  • Kate Adams
    Kate Adamsover 5 years ago

  • Joseph Rieg
    Joseph Riegover 5 years ago

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