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How This Photographer Captured The Soul Of Melbourne's CBD
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How This Photographer Captured The Soul Of Melbourne's CBD

Picture of Jamie Newell
Updated: 12 December 2015
Instagram has changed the way we see our world and has given photographers, professional or amateur, a way to share their images like never before. Melbourne is home to some of the very finest Instagrammers, and we caught up with Adrian Guglielmino, one of Melbourne’s finest up-and-coming photographers.

Melbourne’s Docklands and iconic Melbourne star ferris wheel, beautifully captured. If you are in the city during the winter months, make sure you catch the stunning winter fireworks display here.

The Webb Bridge in Melbourne’s Docklands is one of the most remarkable structures in the city.

The Yarra River pierces through Melbourne and continues out to the bay. Here we can see the Melbourne Arts Centre and the dominant Eureka Tower reaching high into the night sky.

Flinders Street Station clings on to the edge of the Yarra River and boasts the longest train station platform in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Queen Victoria Market holds two seasonal night markets. This one from the Winter Night Market captures brilliantly the buzz of a busy Wednesday evening full of good food and mulled wine.

The Birrarung Marr Bells are an installation of 39 brass bells for the centenary of Australia’s federation in 2001. They are situated between Federation Square and the William Barak bridge.

The William Barak Bridge, named after the last chief of the Yarra Yarra tribe, was built to improve the pedestrian experience and takes you straight the iconic MCG sports arena.

Melbourne is known for its many laneways and its changeable weather, but a sudden downpour need not ruin your plans: the Causeway is well covered and home to many great bars and restaurants.