19 April 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Phonography in Melbourne & Victoria

Bildschirmfoto 2013-04-20 um 10.41.35During my Easter break I did a trip to Melbourne for about 5 days. I went there by bus (just to remember, it’s 11h of riding in the bus and about 900km highway. “Follow the street for 480km”…

After this ride you don’t want to see any busses again….

My bus arrived at about 7:00 am in the morning.. Check-in at Discovery Melbourne was at 14:00, so I had a lot of time to discover MelbourneSmiley

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Some impressions I had during a walk through Melbourne… Its a small town of culture and things like that…

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Australian guys are a little crazy about sport and sport medicaments and so on…

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My first impression at Discovery… Too much alcohol in our roomSmiley mit herausgestreckter Zunge Yea… A party room.

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Later this week, on Sunday I visited some friends I met in Sydney… It was nice and I had some new experiences. My first visit of a Baptist church, my first Australian Football game…Amazing!

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Before I show my Australian Football pix I want to summarize some of the rules and the general gameplay:

Games are officiated by umpires. Australian football begins after the first siren, the umpire bounces the ball on the ground (or throws it into the air if the condition of the ground is poor), and the two ruckmen(typically the tallest players from each team), battle for the ball in the air on its way back down. This is known as the ball-up. Certain disputes during play may also be settled with a ball-up from the point of contention. If the ball ever goes out of bounds (beyond the oval boundary line around the edge of the field), a boundary umpire will stand with his back to the infield and return the ball into play with a throw-in, a high backwards toss back into the field of play.

The ball can be propelled in any direction by way of a foot, clenched fist (called a handball or handpass) or open-hand tap but it cannot be thrown under any circumstances. Once a player takes possession of the ball he must dispose of it by either kicking or handballing it. Any other method of disposal is illegal and will result in a free kick to the opposing team. This is usually called “incorrect disposal”, “dropping the ball” or “throwing”. If the ball is not in the possession of one player it can be moved on with any part of the body.

A player may run with the ball but it must be bounced or touched on the ground at least once every 15 metres. Opposition players may bump or tackle the player to obtain the ball and, when tackled, the player must dispose of the ball cleanly or risk being penalised for holding the ball. The ball carrier may only be tackled between the shoulders and knees. If the opposition player forcefully contacts a player in the back whilst performing a tackle, the opposition player will be penalised for a push in the back. If the opposition tackles the player with possession below the knees (a low tackle or a trip) or above the shoulders (a high tackle), the team with possession of the football gets a free kick.

If a player takes possession of the ball that has travelled more than 15 metres (16 yd) from another player’s kick, by way of a catch, it is claimed as a mark (meaning that the game stops while he prepares to kick from the point at which he marked). Alternatively, he may choose to “play on”: forfeiting the set shot in the hope of pressing an advantage for his team (rather than allowing the opposition to reposition while he prepares for the free kick). Once a player has chosen to play on, normal play resumes and the player who took the mark is again able to be tackled.

There are different styles of kicking depending on how the ball is held in the hand. The most common style of kicking seen in today’s game, principally because of its superior accuracy, is the drop punt, where the ball is dropped from the hands down, almost to the ground, to be kicked so that the ball rotates in a reverse end over end motion as it travels through the air. Other commonly used kicks are the torpedo punt (also known as the spiral, barrel, or screw punt), where the ball is held flatter at an angle across the body, which makes the ball spin around its long axis in the air, resulting in extra distance (similar to the traditional motion of an American football punt), and the checkside punt or “banana”, kicked across the ball on the outside of the foot is used to curve the ball (towards the right if kicked off the right foot) towards targets that are on an angle. There is also the “snap”, which is almost the same as a checkside punt, except that it is kicked off the inside of the foot and curves in the opposite direction. It is also possible to kick the ball so that it bounces along the ground. This is known as a “grubber”. Grubbers can bounce in a straight line, or curve to the left or right.

Apart from free kicks, marks or when the ball is in the possession of an umpire for a ball up or throw in, the ball is always in dispute and any player from either side can take possession of the ball.

A goal, worth 6 points, is scored when the football is propelled through the goal posts at any height (including above the height of the posts) by way of a kick from the attacking team. It may fly through “on the full” (without touching the ground) or bounce through, but must not have been touched, on the way, by any player from either team. A goal cannot be scored from the foot of an opposition (defending) player.

A behind, worth 1 point, is scored when the ball passes between a goal post and a behind post at any height, or if the ball hits a goal post, or if any player sends the ball between the goal posts by touching it with any part of the body other than a foot. A behind is also awarded to the attacking team if the ball touches any part of an opposition player, including his foot, before passing between the goal posts. When an opposition player deliberately scores a behind for the attacking team (generally as a last resort, because of the risk of their scoring a goal) this is termed a rushed behind. Before the start of the 2009 season, there was no additional penalty imposed for rushing a behind, compared to any other behind. However, for the start of the 2009 season[11] a new rule was announced[12] awarding a free kick against any player who deliberately rushes a behind.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_rules_football

After all of these facts my summary: There are 18 guys per team. It’s 6 points to kick the ball though the middle goal, outer (behind) is 1 point. After catching a kick over 10m distance you get a free kick. Nearly everything is allowed. Its really manlySmiley mit herausgestreckter Zunge

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The hostel offered a free graffiti walk to show the most amazing and mostly legal arts on the buildings. It’s amazing to see people doing such a kind of art.

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In the evening our hostel offered a all you can eat menu in China Town. The food was nice, but it was weird to see how the backpackers behaved in a restaurant…

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Backpackers behavior from Christian Kazuya on Vimeo.

 

The next day I did a trip along the Great Ocean Road. It’s a great road and you really have to do it! I’ll do it again in the summer. It’s so amazing to see this face of Australia.

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And the impressions of my last day in Melbourne, just walking around, enjoying the sunny weather and feeling alive Smiley

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Melbourne is a nice town, has a lot of things you can see. You should visit Melbourne once. ^^

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