Photographer's Note

It could just as easily be called 'United Nations' as 'Generations', as this one is a good example of our immigrant nation. Long after taking it, in January this year while strolling on the south bank of Melbourne's Yarra River with Santo, Klaudio, Steve and Alfred, I have noticed that perhaps there is some meaning suggested in the way the perspective view - through a very long lens - narrows down to a blurred image of the domed Flinders Street Railway Station about a kilometre away. The famous station is perhaps the most well known landmark building in Melbourne, and truly represents the very anglo-saxon Melbourne of those decades before the great influx of immigrants began seriously in the 1950s.

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