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Photograph 1 - Enjoyed in an Instant!


6000 x 4000 pixels, digital photograph.

This was taken from a window seat of an aircraft while it was going in to land at Adelaide Airport. I was on my way home, after a trip to Sydney. I found this view of the Adelaide CBD from the air to be fascinating. It shows part of the North Adelaide Golf Links, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide Oval, the Memorial Drive tennis complex, the Adelaide Festival Centre, the Convention Centre, The Westpac building, the Torrens Weir No. 1, Old Adelaide Gaol, Adelaide railway lines, etc.

 

 

 

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The Adelaide CBD, with the Torrens Lake, the Adelaide Convention Centre near the middle, and the Adelaide Festival Centre on the left hand side.

 

 

 

 

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Part of the North Adelaide Golf Links

 

 

 

 

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The Torrens Weir No. 1, and some railway lines.

 

 

 

 

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Adelaide Oval, and the Memorial Drive tennis complex next to it. I have played some competition tennis on the Memorial Drive tennis complex lawn courts.

 

 

 

 

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Adelaide Hills with Mount Lofty (where the 3 reasonably close antennae are located).

 

 

 

 

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The New Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), next to the railway lines heading into the Adelaide Railway Station. Two trains can be seen.

 

 

 

 

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Old Adelaide Gaol, next to the railway lines.

 

 

 

 

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Shows part of the Adelaide Convention Centre at the full resolution of the photograph (plenty of detail).

 


 

 

Photograph 2 - Cliffs at Hallett Cove Conservation Park


6000 x 4000 pixels, digital photograph.

These cliffs, that stand above a wave-cut platform, are made of buckled, layered rocks that geologists have found to have formed around 600 million years ago. The Hallett Cove Conservation Park is a fascinating and inspiring place to visit and walk around in. It contains many ancient geological structures, and yet every surface is part of the immediate moment.

I converted the original full colour photograph to a 'black and white' photograph (as if it was taken using black and white film and using an orange filter). This process felt appropriate for the subject matter.

 

 

 

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