Weekly Photo Challenge-Kardinia Park-2

This post was prepared in early July and I have been  hoping to use it ever since.  I think it captures the spirit of this week’s challenge.  I could argue that all photos are of the same subject but I believe that numbers two and three fit the challenge the best.



A few weeks ago Geelong’s football stadium turned on its lights and the first night game was played.



Kardinia Park is now the third stadium in Victoria (Etihad Stadium and the Melbourne Cricket Ground being the other two) with the capabilities to operate after sunset.



The 73 metre high towers dwarf traffic in Moorabool Street and now provide a landmark in Geelong which is visible from any of the main thoroughfares in and out of Geelong City.



In the background is Corio Bay opening out into Port Phillip Bay.



Last night, Saturday, June 29, we happened to be passing through Geelong on a night when Geelong were hosting the Fremantle Dockers. The lights were spectacular, particularly from an elevated position where all lights were visible at once. Definitely a huge asset for Geelong.


2 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge-Kardinia Park-2

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