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The Spheres by Bert Flugelman; two large stainless steel spheres with a diameter of 2.15 metres balanced one on top of the other. They are most commonly referred to as the Mall’s Balls orRundle Mall balls. “The Mall’s Balls” are a common meeting place for visitors. Erected in 1977, they were commissioned by the then Hindmarsh Building Society (subsequently absorbed into the Adelaide Bank) and donated to the City of Adelaide to mark the building society’s 1977 centenary.
Linked in a row
Substance and beauty
Sublime in character
Impressive to view
The View From The Marines
If you are ever in Adelaide take a trip down to Grange Jetty, from there you will see these wonderfully restored Terrace Houses
I have always loved these houses as they remind me of England.
(The year the Marines were constructed, 1882, was the peak of the land boom in Adelaide
The terrace of houses is of architectural significance because it was designed in the grand style of similar buildings at English seaside resorts and has a rarity value as one of the few remaining three-storied terrace houses in South Australia.)
Ruggedly breathtaking below
The world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is a breathtaking, 4.4-kilometre journey
It is just amazing and if you are ever in this part of the world make sure you give this a go
Boundaries non specific
Inspiration all around
Sense of place
Any Beach with Dogs is Ok with Me
Wind Swept Trees
Big Sur is a sparsely populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean.
No sounds uttered
Port Elliot is a town in South Australia toward the eastern end of the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula. It is situated on the sheltered Horseshoe Bay
Light seeps through
White drifts in
I decided to go for a short walk along Winters Rd in Williamstown very early just before the sun was about to come up.
Williamstown is a small South Australian town on the fringe of the Barossa Valley wine-growing region and the Adelaide Hills. It is 51 km north east of Adelaide