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Letter to the Editor - Dec 17/Jan 18

05 Dec 2017

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Sharing the enthusiasm

Until June 2016, I had never really spent much time at Docklands - just a visit every now and then for an occasion/event.

But then I began working in Docklands and now I have a “30 minute holiday” every weekday as I walk from Flagstaff Station to my job at Docklands Studios Melbourne.

I stroll along whichever way takes my fancy, trying to see the area as a tourist might. I take holiday snaps with the best camera i.e the one I have with me.

As I played around, learning to use my new phone, I discovered how easy it is to post to Facebook.

Now I have dozens of friends who check out my photos each day. So many of them have commented that my photos have made them look at Docklands with new eyes.

Several tell me they have been inspired to head to Docklands when they’ve had time to stroll or enjoy the water views over a coffee/meal.

I love the ever-changing skies and reflections, the birds and buildings, the plants and places.

I feel fortunate to work at Docklands and I’m happy to share my enthusiasm.

Rosey Cullinan

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