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photoblog image PowerStation - slightly different angle :-)

PowerStation - slightly different angle :-)

still up in the air

PowerStation - slightly different angle :-)

still up in the air

comments (9)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Oct 2018, 00:33
This closer view is even better, Rob.
Rob Martin: Cheers matey
Too many damn condos on our beaches...
Rob Martin: If I turned 180 degrees from this shot, you'd see exactly what you describe, albeit low rise....
It seems more immense from here
Rob Martin: I've climbed all over it previously, it's huge. Unfortunately, they have guards on it now and they've painted over all the graffiti.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 10 Oct 2018, 06:32
Not as bright as the previous image Rob
Rob Martin: No, this one is not in the best light. I didn't tweak this one......(I think).
"Up in the air" does have its vantage point, Rob. smile
Rob Martin: It sure does Ginnie. Having fun doing this stuff. smile
I always try to find a higher point to have an "aerial view", Rob. Great picture.
Rob Martin: Thanks, Astrid smile . I'm enjoying my time in the clouds.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 10 Oct 2018, 07:34
It looks as though there are cranes in the distance Rob.
Rob Martin: That's the Port of Fremantle. smile
Great shot from way up high. I'm assuming people are still allowed on the beach.
Rob Martin: It's not much of a beach. North and South of here have beaches more pleasant in the aesthetic.
Is this a nuclear power station ?
Rob Martin: No such thing in Aus, Bill. This is an old power station from way back that's been abandoned and was the scene of graffiti, rock band videos and Daredevils for a long time. It's now under guard, painted almost clean. It's heritage? haha, what goes for heritage in a place like this.

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