Visitors rush into the middle of the road to get the perfect selfie. But they have little regard for local traffic, with locals forced to wait.
A visitor sits in the middle of the road posing for her trophy image of Macedon.
A portrait session? A visitor poses for her photographer sitting on a residents fence put in place to keep the visitors out. Instead it is used as a photography prop.
A photographer gets low to capture the action. Visitors line the avenue all waiting to get there shots.
A photographer squats on the roads edge taking images of another on the road, focused on the image, forcing cars to move around him.
The mass tourism effect, visitors pose all throughout the avenue on a Friday morning.
The drone operator. This drone operator flyers her drone under the tree line through visitors and into on coming traffic.
Lining up to get those images.
How do I take a selfie? this visitor attempts to take a selfie as she walks along the roads edge.
Photographers come from across Victoria all to get those picturesque images of the rich red autumn leaves.
Anyone for a picnic?
Visitors set up a picnic on the roads edge, whilst others take images amongst the leaves.
Sitting in the middle of the road with an autumn leaf in hand.
Despite the no standing/parking signs scattered throughout the avenue and a neon signage board informing those of no parking. Many cars park on the avenue causing traffic hazards to pedestrians and residents.
Setting up for the shot as traffic gets ever so close behind them.
Visitors bring pets to pose with. These visitors are on the road, and this car needs to drive on the opposite side of the road to avoid them.
Strike a pose.
Visitors forcing cars to stop and wait
The fence line of neighbouring houses. The drainage channel is a great place to sit amongst the leaves.
That trophy image view. The view along the avenue of honour.