You know, I'm not sure I've ever been to Luna Park. But I have been by it about a million times, and in my opinion, Melbourne's bayside suburb of St Kilda would not feel the same without it. I suppose I've been to enough fair grounds and amusement parks to know what it's all about. The rides, the rush. The cost.
So I'm happy looking from the outside in, hearing the occasional screams and squeals of delight, watching the rollercoaster as it rises and falls, the pirate ship never swinging quite as high as I'd like to see it. But you can see enough from the outside to tempt, to have a sense of the fun within, and I suppose that's what I've tried to convey with this pic...
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