|All photos are copyright Google/Alphabet. Modifications by Jeff Diver via Google Picasa.|
Original Street View link: Color splash on Hosier Ln.
Street Art Gallery: Melbourne Australia - Part 1
Thanks to Google for the cameras,
to Google's anonymous photographers for their control of those cameras
...just when I needed it.
Melbourne easily transmits a spirit of vibrant enthusiasm for life through its art and architecture. Downtown Melbourne has a remarkable number of narrow alleys and corridors. It is mostly along these paths that Google Street View cameras discovered the art featured here.
Street View cameras and the way they are customarily handled impose limitations on the vicarious explorer. Good views are not always available for specific areas of interest. On the other hand, when Street View visits a location more than once, the historical record thus provided is an important contribution of the medium, particularly where ephemeral art is concerned.
Two views of ACDC Lane, one in 2014 and the other in 2016 preserve the art of their times:
Below are samples of ACDC Lane's displays as seen by Street View:
Meanwhile, over on Blender Lane, someone wearing colorful shorts engages in a popular early 21st century pastime...
Melbourne architects have taken note of their surroundings and are creating colorful new additions to the landscape that just might be inspired by the art in nearby alleys. Below is a sample from Bouviere St.
Street artists are keenly aware that some do not appreciate their surroundings. Artists know their place--they know it as nobody else can!
Does Australia host any bird that can actually fly? This Caledonian Lane visitor apparently needed a lift!
Croft Alley provides Google with a great deal to admire. Street View hardware
provides us with a unique view of every scene, a few feet above average human height.
Melbourne Street Art Part 2 (under construction as of this July 2017 writing) continues our alphabetical street tour with images from Drewery Lane.
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