Avenues And Alleyways*

Stand Here by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
Stand Here. Forest Place, Perth, Western Australia. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/2000 sec, f2.8 at ISO 200.

 

Yup – you’ve guessed it. Spent another day loitering in the alleyways of Perth. Saw it as a good excuse to give the Sigma 16mm f1.4 DC DN lens in micro four thirds mount a good workout.

 

Coloured Cats by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
Coloured Cats. Waiting for the CAT Bus on Wellington Street in Perth. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/6400 sec, f2.8 at ISO 200.

 

Patterns by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
Patterns. Globe Lane, Perth, Western Australia. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/60 sec, f4 at ISO 800.

 

Pink Accents by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
Pink Accents. Globe Lane, Perth, Western Australia. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/60 sec, f4 at ISO 200.

 

Prince Lane by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
Graffiti in Prince Lane, Perth, Western Australia. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/60 sec, f8, at ISO 320.

 

No Sitting On The Edge by Paul Amyes on 500px.com
No sitting on the edge of this building. Prince Lane Bar on the corner of Murray Street and Prince Lane in Perth. Panasonic G85 with Sigma 16mm f1.4 lens. Exposure: 1/250 sec, f4, ISO 200.

* Today’s musical reference is a bit obscure. It is the theme tune for the 1972-3 British TV series “The Protectors” and was sung by Yorkshire lad Tony Christie. It was produced by Gerry Anderson of Thunderbirds fame and was only his second production using real people as opposed to the puppets he was famous for, and his only production that wasn’t scifi. It was sponsored by Brut the aftershave people which explains a lot looking back at it.

This was the opening titles:

 

This was the closing credits with the lyrics:

 

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