Penne Cole's thoughts on food, travel and more
The glass dome over Coop’s Shot Tower in Melbourne Central spirals hypnotically into the sky. It pays homage to the 125 year-old Shot Tower, and is a powerful symbol of Melbourne’s determination to protect her heritage. Originally built in 1888, the tower was saved from demolition when architects incorporated it into the design of Melbourne Central. Today, visitors are prompted to look up every time they enter, marvelling at the unexpected, 50-metre high focal point in this modern shopping centre.
This post was inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Up. I’ve written two other posts on this theme because I couldn’t choose just one photo. The first is about the view from up high on Victoria Peak in Hong Kong and the second is a cheeky peek up the skirts of the Eiffel Tower. Hope you enjoy those two as well.
Nature's nuances in a nutshell
from one generation to the next
The beats to my life
"I Will Find Words, Smith them Down. For Love Is Infinite And So Are They."
exploring the world
Cooking with imagination
Photography and Thoughts About Life and Aging