Killing Time

I had to attend an appointment at RPH the other day. It usually presents a dilemma. Most of the clinics operate in the afternoon and pretty much always run behind schedule by anything up to two hours. If drive down to Perth from York then I’m faced with paying parking fees for which I’ll have to take out a mortgage. If I choose to do the public transport option then it’s a case of leaving early so as to get parking at the train station which means that I’ll have hours to kill. Invariably I take the train and wander the streets of Perth taking photos. That’s where virtually all the photos of Perth come from that I post on this blog. I have no set route and I just follow my nose. It’s amazing that after over thirty years of walking around the Perth CBD that I still find places that I’ve not seen before. Anyway this is the latest selection.


#13 by Paul Amyes on
#13. Graffiti in an alley just off Murray Street in Perth, Western Australia.


Digital Tower by Paul Amyes on
The Digital Tower, in Yagan Square, Perth


Waterline by Paul Amyes on
“Waterline” by Western Australian artist Jon Tarry, ‘Waterline’ is a series of water experiences sculpted in Western Australian granite running through Yagan Square. Perth, Western Australia


Warning by Paul Amyes on
Warning. Graffiti in McLean Lane, Perth, Western Australia.


No Stopping by Paul Amyes on
No Stopping, McLean Lane, Perth, Western Australia.


Lamp Shades by Paul Amyes on
Lamp Shades, McLean Lane, Perth, Western Australia.


All the photos were taken using a Sony A7r with Sony FE 28mm F/2 Wide Angle Lens and processed in Alienskin Exposure 4 using one of the “Cinematic” presets.