St Paul's Cathedral is a monument you simply can't miss, considering it is in the middle of everything, and opposite the other two major Melbourne landmarks of Federation Square and Flinders Street Station. Built in 1852, it is the seat of the Anglican Church and maintains its Gothic architecture well into the 21st century.
This photo was actually a combination of three shots, post-processed using software to achieve the HDR effect. The Cathedral is positioned in such a way that the sun always falls on one side of it, meaning a normal shot would invariably leave one side of the structure. HDR helps to pull out the details and colours, giving it a vibrant look which preserves the detail which you would see with your own eyes.