The graffiti of Hosier Lane, Melbourne.

One of the interesting tourist attractions that has sprung up in recent years are walking tours of Melbourne’s laneways. These lanes have everything from great little cafes to full blown graffiti where even the rubbish bins and posts in the street are painted. Hosier Lane is one that has an amazing amount of graffiti per square metre, and it is not always low down some of it is very high on the walls. Below are some pictures that show the different tourists and locals that regularly use the lane. It is now common to see groups of students with their teachers checking out the lane culture.

Pictures take mainly with the Fuji X-Pro1 with some taken on a Nikon D3.


About Roger

Roger Gould, Australian international sports and advertising photographer has worked on assignment for some of the worlds leading magazines. he emerged from photographing record covers of rock and roll musicians to start one of Australia's first specialist sport press agencies, photographing tennis, cricket, golf, football as well as the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Roger is a past President of the International Tennis Photographer's Association and has conducted photography seminars for Kodak in many countries. He currently works in aerial and advertising photography.
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