A Photo Walk in Melbourne, Australia

Graffiti street art in Melbourne laneway

Crisp leaves scrape along the windy path. Coffee grind scents the morning air. A dog dressed in tartan trots next to a lady in black.

I’m as comfortable here, walking camera-in-hand, as I’ve been anywhere in the world. Melbourne is cold and exciting. It inspires creative footsteps. It urges me to capture the quirks of its urbanscape; urges me to discover delights around the corner; urges me on with eager legs to fill the canvas of my day.

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Published by Nic Freeman

I feel most like myself when I'm travelling, and enjoy sharing experiences and photography with fellow globe adventurers. Find me on Instagram for regular travel snaps @nicfreemanlife

30 thoughts on “A Photo Walk in Melbourne, Australia

    1. Thanks Leanne. So many places to love in Melbourne. Stay tuned for my upcoming post about foody highlights during my recent Melbourne adventures. Nic

  1. I love how you’ve managed to make urban Melbourne look so beautiful. I’m from Melbourne and a lot of the photos I see of it show a lot of grunge and not much beauty. You’ve captured both perfectly! Love this.

  2. I lived in Melbourne as part of a student exchange and looking at your photos here have really made me ache to go back! The street art in Melbourne amongst the coffee shops that spill out onto the streets are so special.

  3. I’m currently visiting Melbourne and feel quite similarly in regards to the inspiration that Melbourne ignites within me. I’m also blogging and snapping away with the material the city offers up. I enjoyed looking at your photographs and knowing that there are others like me out there indulging in the same creativity. Thanks

      1. haha, I wish I put any more but I have no idea whether I’ll go there anytime soon. I hope so, because it could be my favorite place in the world. Where in Japan are you planning to go? x

      2. I’m thinking of skiing in Hakuba, and going to Tokyo and Kyoto, but there are many more places to add into that itinerary. Researching at the moment, which is fun!

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