Mall’s Balls

Mall's Balls

Mirror Image

Objects collide

Illusion optical

Inner world

Looking in

Reflection

Looking back

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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.[3] 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.[4]

Magnum facere

Whistler-3

Suspended

Senses assaulted

Quietness deafens

Ruggedly breathtaking below

Magnificence surrounds

Entrusted

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Whistler-6

Whistler-2

 

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

El sur grande

Big Sur-Sunset

 

Dynamic backdrop

Majestic

Boundaries non specific

Inspiration all around

Divine

Sense of place

Composition found

 

 

 

 

Big Sur-5

 

Any Beach with Dogs is Ok with Me

 

Big Sur-4

 

Amazing House

 

Big Sur-3

 

Wind Swept Trees

 

Big Sur-2

 

Stormy

Big Sur is a sparsely populated region of the Central Coast of California where the Santa Lucia Mountains rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean.

Translucidus

Williamstown-2

Williamstown-4

Williamstown-5

Williamstown-3

Williamstown-1

Light seeps through

White drifts in

Small droplets

Suspended

 Not obscure

Density defined

Transparent

Translucidus

 

 

 

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

Gondwana

HallettCove-6

HallettCove-5

HallettCove-9

HalletCove-8

HallettCove-7

Erratic love

Distance unpredictable

Unstable

Irregular

Different

Lost

Hallett Cove is a coastal suburb in the south of AdelaideSouth Australia, with a population of more than 12,000 people.

Hallett Cove itself, is a small rocky beach, named after John Hallett

The Field River runs out to sea at the southern end. The cliffs to the north are part of the Hallett Cove Conservation Park, featuring Aboriginal artefacts used by the Kaurna tribe and several significant geological features. These include glacial striations on the clifftop discovered by Professor Ralph Tate in 1877, which along with similar striations found earlier at Selwyn’s Rock at Inman Valley, 40 km (25 mi) to the south in 1859, provide evidence for the Permian glaciation of southern Australia, then part of Gondwana. There are also a number of large glacial erratics on the beach.

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Searching

Train Tracks

Where to now

Follow the line

Fatigue excessive

Pressure

Stay on Track

Waiting

 Hopelessness Overwhelms

Despair

Contemplate !!……….NO

Stop

Find the colour

Return

Stay on track

Train

Port Elliot Station

(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)

The Moment

Bus

 

Just a moment in time

A fleeting glimpse

Was that you ?

Yes !

No !

For a short time I was back there again

A point in time

That arrives

Then vanishes

It never lasts

It’s just a moment

(Adelaide City Bus colour adjustments and glowing edge filter applied)

Transition

Handorf

Transition

Summer to winter

Colour changes

Leaves Fall

Season passes

Cycle continues

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Wine Region

Sterling

 A day trip to the  Adelaide Hills, Lunch at Stirling and coffee in Hahndorf great day.

Photos edited Gimp 2.8 though not much editing required

                                           

                   

repurpose

Saw Works

Past

Reclaimed

Present and Future

Time fades

Recollection

Repurposed

History

(Adelaide City secret discovery Compton St. Edited Gimp 2.8)

(Copied from the plaque  on the Building)

This small building was originally built as a house

By Edward Moore in 1871. A shopfront was added by the next owner,

baker Mathew Madge, in 1898-99.

Bert Edwards, one of Adelaide’s most colourful and notable citizens,

opened a tea room here in 1913.

It was immensely popular, particularly on Friday nights when the rear of the shop was used for the playing the then illegal game of two-up.