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Spidermen πŸ•·πŸ•· Window cleaners at work above Sydney’s Martin Place.

I read recently that the iconic Wellbeck Street car park in London has been earmarked for demolition to make way for a block of flats. How enormously disappointing. It’s a brutalist masterpiece and will be missed by all those that appreciate that form of architecture. Lucky I shot it earlier this year when I had the chance πŸ’πŸ“ΈπŸ˜ž

The relentless building development in Sydney unveiled a lovely little surprise a few weeks ago. This old sign has been lying hidden on George Street – a ghost sign – since about 1920 and next door, on adjacent Carrington Street, is an old Shell sign on Shell House. But some demolition has revealed them again for us to admire. The work that went into these painted signs is remarkable. Thankfully, the buildings are listed, and heritage experts are currently inspecting the signs and will hopefully spare them from destruction, too.

Down here in Australia we're about to vote in a plebiscite on same-sex marriage. The guy depicted in this brilliant street art, for those that don't know, is Tony Abbott, our former prime minister and one of the most conservative, narrow-minded people in the country. He says "no", because he is stuck in a time when people thought it was OK to judge others and tell them what they can and can't do purely based on their sexuality. He's an idiot and, I hope, in the vast minority of Australians. I'll be voting YES, and if you have the opportunity, I urge you to do the same. Nobody has the right to tell anybody else what they can or can't do when it comes to the person they love. Don't be like Tony.

Pinch and zoom for a closer look at Melbourne's skyline. I'm spending a few days down on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, celebrating my better half's birthday and enjoying the peace away from the city. Plus, spring is here Down Under, so it's sunshine ahead for us all. Enjoy it β˜€οΈ

Sorry for the long delay. I've been playing with light 😊

It's Bastille Day, so here's an old pic of the @museelouvre πŸ‡«πŸ‡· If you're celebrating, have a magnifique time πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ

To infinity and beyond!!! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‚

I spent a couple of days back in Chester while I was in the UK last month. It's where I went to college, and holds so many fond memories. It's changed a bit since I lived there, but still has immeasurable charm and beauty. New to the landscape is this - the £37 million @storyhouselive theatre. It's looks terrific, and will no doubt add more cultural value to an already very impressive little corner of England 🎭

There is so much colour around Camden. It's a place I've always enjoyed wandering around, much like the rest of London, the city I called home for the first 27 years of my life. Needless to say the recent terror attack in the city upset me to the core, but only made me more determined to defy such acts of cowardice wherever I choose to travel πŸ’ͺπŸ»πŸ‘ŠπŸ»

I've been hanging at home in London these past couple of weeks, so apologies for the lack of posts. Here's a good one - the Walkie Talkie, officially known as 20 Fenchurch. It's had a troubled existence since it's construction less than five years ago, even including an incident where light reflected from its windows created reflected heat from sunlight measured at more than 110C!! Walker Scorchie!! πŸ”₯It even melted bodywork on a car below!! Yikes!

Never complain about the rain, because without it you'd never experience moments like this. Thanks Amsterdam for putting on a great show for us 😍🌈🌧

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