‘Fed’ Square is a place where people gather – to eat, talk, listen to music/those with something to say.
The buildings that surround the square become topics of conversation too … not just for what they house, but mainly for how they look.
On this particular morning the square was empty, apart from the occasional pigeon and a security guard or two, emphasising, to my mind at least, the gathering-space nature of this place. That’s how I’ve decided to interpret today’s Melbourne icon.
Tim’s interpretation of Fed Square is here.
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that really is a “sea” of bricks