IT PROVED TO BE A NIGHT OF MYSTICAL LIGHTS AS MELBOURNE SHONE FOR IT’S SECOND WHITE NIGHT FESTIVAL. HALF A MILLION PEOPLE FLOCKED TO THE CITY AND ITS STREETS AND LANEWAYS, BOULEVARDES AND OTHER PLACES. CHELSEA PACKED HER BAG WITH HER CAMERA AND LOADS OF IMAGINATION JOINING THE THRONG TO FIND THIS COLLECTION TO SHARE AND ADMIRE.
TOP LEFT. Is it a crown of thorns, or a gas ring flame? No matter it was another light installation high above the city skyline having looker’s stretching their necks to work it out.
THE SIGNATURE IMAGE stands tall and bright on Melbourne’s Princess Bridge entrance in one direction to the city and in the other; the famous tree lined boulevard St. Kilda road. It’s reflection brilliantly lighting up the Yarra river waters below
Looking like a storm about to break the Skyscrapers and reflection on the river looking dark and foreboding.
SWITCHED ON and the image changes to wonderful reflections and colour of the night appears removing the gloom and stimulating the eye.
Then we gaze upon the iconic Flinders Street station, what you to be Melbourne’s favourite meeting place with a new face to welcome revellers to the WHITE NIGHT.
Hordes of people gather on the lawns and forecourt of the Melbourne City library absorbed by the light show transforming the building into what could be thought of as a scene from Harry Potter – or some other weird and wonderful wonderland.
Who says being out of focus doesn’t work. Well, most times is doesn’t. But in this shot, Chelsea pushed the boundaries and created this surreal image with people almost merging into each other. What do you think?
The InSPIRED lights of Hamer hall reach up into the darkening night sky towering hundreds of metres and making a beacon for the festival to be seen by many of Melbourne’s suburbs. Oh, what a night it was!
MAKE CHELSEA’S DAY (NIGHT) AND SEND A POST OF PRAISE TO HER – THATS ONE WAY OF INSPIRING TO GO & LOOK FOR MORE GREAT IMAGES.