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Just a dump thread for any of your own images you want to post.

Street, construction, people, whatever - just make sure they're your own images - perhaps keep it to max 5-10 per post/per day.

Some randoms from UrbMelb's Instagram feed: http://instagram.com/urbanmelbourneau

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Docklands

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From a few years back, corner of AC/DC and Flinders Lane. 

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Swanston Street, Melbourne.

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Interior of Bio21 Institute, Parkville.

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Wnd blown girl outside the front of 333 Collins Street.

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Akira, a moderne (art-deco) gem on Queen Street.

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Floor mosaic at Australia-on-Collins, Little Collins Street entrance.

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On the back of the Nicholas Building, a Banksy artwork (sadly no longer there).

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A juxtaposition of different styles on Collins Street.

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Sculpture at Birrarung Marr.

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Loving the pics Peter, especially of the Akira building, one of my favs. Thanks

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smiley Thanks for the compliments, just for you Dangerous Beans, a close up of Akira.

Just wish it was built on a much larger sale.

 

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ACCA in Southbank.

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Looking south from the top of Richmond Hill.

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A great collection of photos from The Age archives.

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151338633046422.511692.119817...

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Detail in the Block Arcade ceiling.

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Brother Baba Budan on Little BourkeStreet, always great for coffee!

 

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Hopetoun Tea Rooms in the Block Arcade.

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Carlton Hotel in Bourke Street.

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Building 8, RMIT.

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East end of Bourke Street.

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Caledonian Lane.

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Flinders Lane.

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Little Collins Street.

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Development & Planning

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