Friday, 20 July 2012

SUBURBAN SKIES

Melbourne, one of the world’s most liveable cities, is the capital city of Victoria, Australia. It is a city of energy, sophistication and innovation. It is also a city of history and cultural diversity.  Melbourne's economic and political centre is located within the Central Business District (CBD). This 37.6sqkm area includes most of Melbourne's famous sporting venues and major parks and gardens.

However, the greater area of Melbourne is made up of an enormous number of suburbs, both "inner" and "outer". These are very diverse and often have a "village-like" atmosphere. We live in an inner Melbourne Suburb, with most houses being single or double story and located on a lot with front and back garden. The city is of an enormous area (Metropolitan Melbourne covers 8,833 square kilometres. There are 31 Local Governments (municipalities)  within the metropolitan Melbourne region). This view is from a bedroom upstairs, towards the northwest.

This post is part of Sylvia's Skywatch Friday meme.




10 comments:

  1. Lovely scenes Nick, agree with your comments about Melbourne, I wish it was closer so I could visit more often, oh well your blog keeps me up to date.
    Sorry no comments of late but a dreaded medical issue means I can only sit in front of the computer for short periods.
    Enjoy your weekend.

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  2. Great shots. Beautiful colours in these skies.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  3. We have had some pleasant evening skies haven't we? Have you noticed the red skies in the morning too?

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  4. Hi there - all in all it's too bad a place really! Stewart M - Melbourne

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  5. What a lovely sky! I always enjoy finding out about your city - you always provide such interesting information!

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  6. Wonderful skies and colors, Nick!! Looks so peaceful! Hope you have a great weekend!

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  7. Beautiful colours!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  8. Gorgeous pictures! And love the unique silhouette of a tree.

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