This sandwich bar stands deserted at what’s left of the Victoria Park Racecourse and I’m surprised it hasn’t been demolished. It’s been like this for years. Perhaps the powers that be are hoping someone will take over the concession? Hardly … Continue reading
Posted in Architecture, History, Leisure, Politics
Tagged Adelaide, concession, decay, HDR, lunch, Martin Goodman, Racecourse, Sandwich Bar, South Australia, travel, vacation, Victoria Park, victoria park racecourse
On my other blog – Adelaide Times – I mentioned the Burnside Village Shopping Centre. Here’s a few HDR pix I took today. I’ve included a pic of the scale bugs on the tree outside. I thought they were interesting.
Posted in Architecture, Leisure, Nature, Street Life
Tagged blog, bugs, Burnside Village, commerce, HDR, Martin Goodman, shopping, South Australia, village shopping centre
I’ve decided to start a gallery of my attempts at “arty stuff”. I firmly believe that modern digital photography and its associated programs like Photoshop etc. are a natural progression from other media, such as watercolours, oils, etc. Please be patient as … Continue reading
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Tagged Adelaide, art, Australia, HDR, photography, South Australia, Tourism, Warrawong
A sunny Sunday, and people (and wildlife) enjoying the Spring weather!
Posted in Faces, Leisure, Street Life
Tagged Adelaide, HDR, panorama, people, South Australia, Spring, Streets, swans, Tourism, visitors
Just some of the historic buildings in Glenelg. The Wallis Cinema – a prime example of the Art Deco Period – has since been demolished to make room for a car park. No comment.
Posted in Architecture, History, Politics, Street Life
Tagged Adelaide, architecture, buildings, demolition, HDR, history, loss, South Australia, Streets, Tourism
Port Adelaide has a long history – the “Troubridge” serviced Kangaroo Island and many of the Gulf Ports until being discontinued. For more information on the “Troubridge”, go to this Website in the Gallery.
Posted in Agriculture, Architecture, History, Machinery
Tagged Adelaide, agriculture, architecture, buildings, HDR, history, South Australia, Tourism
Once the home of the Hayward Family, Carrick Hill was bequeathed to the people of South Australia by its builder, Sir Edward Hayward. Sir Edward was also the guiding hand behind the inauguration of the world-famous Christmas Pageant. These Pix … Continue reading
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Tagged Adelaide, Carrick Hill, Christmas Pageant, Hayward, HDR, panorama, South Australia