In the tradition of many Street Photographers, I walked our shopping malls and streets yesterday, camera clicking randomly at people as we crossed paths. Set at f8, 24mm some interesting shots, and lots of headless, legless, angled ones for the recycling bin!!
A lazy Anzac Day public holiday in the middle of the week saw me scouting around Holdfast Bay in Glenelg for some shots – particularly looking for more abstract perspectives. I didn’t have to go far, before ropes, posts, masts and walkways opened opportunities!!
The Carnivorous Plant Society also had a terrific display!! These fascinating plants are wonderful to click!!
The friendly members of the African Violet Society of SA pointed out their beauties for me to click! Some real treasures, including the Cleopatra (the predominantly pink with some green leaves). Thankyou!!
The cacti and succulent society display was fabulous as usual – one of my favourite places to be!!!!!
The Adelaide Festival of Flowers ran across the 21-22 April weekend at the Enfield Community Centre. A beautiful display of the usual and unusual to chase with my camera. Some fun clicks in low light – ISO cranked to 6400 so somewhat grainy.
Autumn in the Adelaide Hills is always a time for finding special clicks!! Stirling is cooler than Adelaide, and hence we see the colours of Autumn blazing there before we do in the city.
A day trip to the zoo had me looking beyond the animals on show to their glorious surroundings!! Adelaide Zoo is an amazing botanic garden …
A trip to the Royal Adelaide Zoo this afternoon, brought some nice shots of the animals – especially those lining up for some late afternoon sun!
A visit to the Adelaide Central Market inspired this photography session. There were colourful pomegranate halves on display – so I collected one and 2 rather unusual radishes to take home to click!!