Made up of time lapses of various places in the state of Victoria, Australia; during my time spent in Melbourne as an international student, this was a project that was never planned for or conceptualised until I shot a time-lapse out of boredom at Docklands.
– Great Ocean Road – well known for stunning views of the ocean as one drives along the route. This video features some well-known stops along the much famed route such as Apollo Bay and Lorne Pier; along side obscure but breathtaking stops along the route.
– Federation Square in Melbourne CBD, which is home to the Ian Potter Centre, Australian Centre of the Moving Image (ACMI), major cultural attractions, festivals, world-class events and tourism experiences. It showcase the buzz of the public space during Singapura! A Market Carnival, an event organised by Singaporeans of Victoria, in-lieu of SG50 and SG-AU50.
– Central Pier in Docklands; a suburb located to the west of Melbourne CBD, where there is a generous view of the West Gate Bridge and the Melbourne Star. It is also location where sunsets never fail to disappoint regardless of the season and also where people often gather to view the annual winter fireworks.
– Port Melbourne, one of my favourite places in and around the city of Melbourne, is known for high-rise apartment buildings that over look the gorgeous Port Phillip and also the place where the Spirit of Tasmania and international cruise ships dock at. What is unknown to many, would be the existence of Princes Pier which is a heritage listed structure with history dating back to the 1920s; offering stunning sunsets across all four seasons in Australia.
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